“The bad news is that my life this week is subordinated to someone else’s agenda.” …Hmm, sounds like the life of a disciple!
Explaining your faith to strangers
I’d take you on my jury any day. I got your message. I’m still in the fight and determined to end well. Shalom…
Strong convictions and the fact that you are well read are usually a 99% guarantee that not defense attorney will choose you. I have also found that tee-totalers don’t get chosen either. Have fun
You are adding to your multiple life experiences! Jury duty put me in another realm for a few days and it was hard, but good for me. I had to remember that I did not help put a man in prison for 20 years; he put himself there. I know that was not the question of the blog. I don’t mind “cold turkey” faith sharing. It’s just getting started and finding the open door in a “sound bite” American lifestyle.
Shared it in Walmart…. people are always pissed off when the go there, so I snipe them in the fruit section with Jesus talk. Even in the Bible-belt, you never know what’s going to happen.
I think i’ll start a Walmart Evangelist Movement. How’s that for Kingdom dreaming???
Seth, I can honestly say that I have never had anyone ask me about my faith. Probably because I always go to them first.
I did have a pastor that did not know me one time ask what church I Pastored. He seemed a little surprised when I told him that I wasn’t called to pastor.