All right, ladies, ‘fess up. How many pairs of black shoes (boots included) do YOU have? Never mind the excuses of why you absolutely needed that third pair of spikes. The point here is that we like our choices, and when we’re tired of one pair, we can get rid of them (because, see, that’s when I like to buy them, once your shoes hit the second hand stores….okay, there, I ‘fessed up) and easily purchase another.
Unfortunately, that same “unalienable right” of choice—at least, that’s how we tend to see it in the 21st century—plays out in many other facets of our lives, and even more unfortunately, in our church relationships. We can Continue reading “Fit as a Puzzle”