“Even those with expectant hope and without a great deal of fear or guilt . . .”
That’s a statement I have put to myself these last few months. As I have researched and written about the local church I attend (Kindersley Alliance Church – KAC), I have realized this is also my life story. Quite literally for the years of my pastoring KAC. Figuratively, in the way all good stories reflect truth to the reader.
I believe that this church has great hope for the future and a few skeletons from the past.
Dry bones rattle.
When they do we either close the coffin unceremoniously – and put a few more nails in the lid. OR, we examine the body – not to bring it back to life – but to see how a revival of life for the living can be found in the bones of the dead.
More on that story in weeks to come!