This week THE DAILY POST HAS CHALLENGED US TO SHOW ADMIRATION.
I think what inspires admiration in me is an aura of the heroic.
My daughter is an inspiration to me. She is a consummate overcomer. Tenacious and directed. She has fought and advocated for herself every step of her journey and soon she hopes to be Pastor Amanda Lillie.
I admire my son for his bravery in traversing cultures and continents to be a teacher overseas.
I admire my son-in-law James and my daughter Melanie for stepping into marriage and making their way into ministry in the Boston suburbs.
I admire my sister who is heading to her mission field in the Netherlands tomorrow to bring the message of the gospel to the world through theater ministry
I admire the artists and ministry team of C.cada and Special Touch for their willingness to lay so much aside for the work of God’s kingdom.
And I really admire the staff and workers of Cornerstone for their hard work in the Lord.
Mostly I admire the One who has put something of the heroic in all of us.
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amen to that 🙂
Or thank you I should say!
I will second that!!! Amen and Amen!!!
You have quite a legacy – your family is laying it down for Jesus and that’s a beautiful thing. It sounds like a great community of faith too.
I am so blessed to be in this section of the Kingdom at this point in history!
Amen – i remember going to a family reunion about 20 years ago on my Mom’s side of the family. It was amazing. It was a multi day event, but the evening of the first day we all gathered around the piano and had a hymn sing. There were many ministers in the crowd including a distant relative who had been a missionary in China before communism and had been in the field ever since – among others. So many in what you might call full time ministry, and dozens of other in the marketplace living like missionaries there. it’s a great blessing to come from a godly family.
My you do have a lot of people in your family who have served and are now serving the Lord in Ministry. You have all been greatly blessed as have the people you’re serving. 🙂 — Suzanne