Something bothers me.
In all my talk about serving as a family and others centered thinking, too often I forget to thank you.
I leave out applause for those who love kids who are not their own, who take on double duty in the church nursery, and who reach out to people different than themselves.
I overlook thanking you for pushing your families to see beyond your front porch.
Yes, you, thank you.
I appreciate how you lead that group, wrestle those ideas, and shake off the dust of discouragement again and again.
Thanks for serving when you don't feel like it.
Thanks for showing up when you wonder if anyone notices.
And thanks for pushing on even when you feel as if you don’t make one bit of difference.
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