“She is little but mighty and I expect big things from her.If you are looking for Christianity with authenticity and no judgment, Joy is your girl. Her and her husband plant churches in the Orlando area. As a practicing Buddhist, I still find her meditations on the love of Jesus inspiring and insightful.”
Have you ever wondered how the world perceives you? Recently I got the chance to see that first hand. The description above was found in another blogger’s post on social media mastery (I’m still in awe that I made the list).
Her quote, “Christianity with authenticity and no judgment,” I’ll take it. If I would have made a goal of how I’d like to be perceived by the world I don’t think I could have come up with a much better description than that. I can only hope that the people I minister to on a regular basis see me the same way. (Sure they’re predominantly college-aged males but it could be close, right?)
Do you ever think about what the world thinks of you? I hope so because it matters. Sure there are times that judgment rears its ugly head in my life as it does with all of us…but the idea that I’ve presented a representation of Christ that makes people feel safe? I’m humbled.
So how do you think the world perceives you? If you could write down what they think right now what do you think it would be? Does it affirm what you’re already doing or move you toward change? I’d love to hear your thoughts in the comments below.
And “little but mighty,” perhaps that could be my theme for next year?