Ecumenical Progress Needs One Person
In the class I am currently teaching at WTU in Ecumenism, the students have to endure many ‘Crossinisms.’
One such is that a single person who is willing to take a small leadership role can make a big difference on the ecumenical scene. Many folks want to be supportive–but do not have the time or inclination to lead.
A person who feels called by the Spirit and can devote some time can make a big difference–an annual event can happen, a discussion can take place, a prayer meeting can occur,….
Let me encourage you to discern–seek the Spirit’s guidance–as to whether you are that person.