We are different.
What we do about this is the challenging issue of yesterday and today. What has happened historically is that those differences have been used against us. Difference used to divide and as it does it leaves fragments. We live fragmented lives with cosmetic appeals to wholeness through shared experiences in consumer goods and services.
That’s why those who make an impact on the human experience that lasts do so in a way that appeals far deeper to reform that which was fragmented. Reform us who were splintered by the very things that should have made us a beautiful cohesive tapestry of humanity.
Followers of Jesus join Him in this quest. We join Him who is our peace, to be peacemakers sharing the wholeness that He showed I’m His life, death and resurrection.
For His Name’s Sake
C. L. J. Dryden