Came across Matthew Paul Turner's essay on Fear, which he read aloud recently at his church in Nashville. The video is only about 6 minutes long, and for anyone who's grown up in a strict religious household as I did, it's pretty funny. And pretty revealing.
I especially loved one thought Turner expressed in the reading: "When you live in fear, you stop dreaming."
How true. And it begs the question, which I invite you to think of as your question of the week:
Where is fear holding you back from dreaming?
There is no fear in love; but perfect love casts out fear... -- 1 John 4:18a
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