Several events this week reminded me of something that I have always known to be…
When you lead with both the truth of what is and the hope of what will be, people want to follow. We are currently seeing what happens when leaders fail to understand this most basic principle. If we will learn from the bad examples as well as the good, however, we will be prepared to lead with BOTH hope and truth when the next crisis comes.
It may be time we add some “Social Media Distancing!”During this time, try to apply the same rules, a kind of “Social Media Distancing”, in your online life so that you don’t simply trade a physical virus for one that damages relationships, perspectives, and hope.
Whatever it is that you may be going through, please understand-we have a Savior who wants to meet you where you are. You may feel hopeless, and lost, and not quite sure what to do next, but there is always hope in Jesus.