I will never grow tired of serving communion. There is something inexpressible in the experience of offering to each partaker the elements.
Regardless of how you feel about change, life has a way of taking over, and it can leave you spinning. I wish I had a nice, built-in GPS system that would automatically reroute the logistics of my day, but I don’t. We’re human, and we have to rely on our brains. Before you know it your phone rings or dings and the need for change is upon you. Whether it’s family, the school, the coach, or the transportation line—something is changing your day, and you have to think quickly to come up with solutions.
When the gospel takes hold of a church, that church starts to feel like Jesus has come to town. We see more of ourselves than ever before. We repent more. We confess more. But we have more joy. We’re freer. We’re no longer hiding. We’re walking in the light together, looking to Jesus alone, and he’s helping us moment by moment.