The night started like any other. The flurry of activity; getting my son from school, figuring out what to do for dinner and still managing to get to church in time to help set up for Wednesday night activities. While it started normal enough, it did not end that way. The trip home seemed like
“And no one pours new wine into old wineskins. If he does, the new wine will burst the skins, the wine will run out and the wine skins will be ruined.” Luke 5:37 NIV When Jesus said this, the people listening would have understood what he meant. See new wine is poured into the wineskin
“You are the light of the world.” Matthew 5:14a One of my fondest memories of childhood is from Christmas. I remember lying in my bed and looking out into the hall watching as the multicolored lights flashed down the hall. To this day there is something special about a Christmas tree with multicolored lights.
A silo is a tall cylinder found on a farm. This is used to store stuff, and to keep it separate. I have heard a lot of talk about ministry silos within the church. If you’re in ministry, then you know what I am talking about. Maybe you have never called them that, or heard