If people come to us for ministry, it's not a testament to our ability or holiness, but to the extremity of their misery.
Maybe not a testament to your ability per se, but to the trust that you instill in people by the simple way that you interact with them on a daily basis. Humbling to know it is that -- your actions and approachable demeanor -- that incite people to turn to you for ministry and not just your 'position' or the extremity of their situation. Thank you for sharing the thought...Kristin
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