Stories, thoughts and reflections on the Bible from the WSFC Staff.
For I am not ashamed of the gospel, because it is the power of God that brings salvation to everyone who believes: first to the Jew, then to the Gentile. Romans 1:16 NIV
You have a story. And I have a story too. Our stories though, are often not really about us. They are about who God is and what He has done in our hearts. Because of this, there is nothing small or inconsequential about each of our stories. We all represent something unique to the body of Christ when we share the broken and beautiful parts of our lives. When we get face-to-face and worship together, study together, seek Jesus together and laugh together, when we gather to listen to each other and share our stories of what God is doing in our lives, this is when the gospel gets traction. Our community becomes not just a place, but an experience of the movement of God.
God reaches out to so many different people in so many different ways, and some of those people may never be able to imagine a different journey with God if it weren’t for hearing yours. If you have been transformed by the love and grace of God then simply put, you have a story to tell and it will be a gift to those around you.
What is your “gospel story?” What are some ways you can share it in the coming week?