You know, one of the cool things about Fellowship Church is the fact that we’re diverse. We have many different backgrounds, socioeconomic levels, people from all walks of life, different skin colors, different ethnicities. But one of the things I love about Fellowship is the fact that we have a wide range of ages at Fellowship Church. Have you ever thought about that?
Illus: I knew this guy in high school and his name was Larry. And Larry, when I first saw him, I thought he was in his forties. He was young, but he looked old. Do you know what I’m saying to you? He dressed old and had an old spirit. When I met him I thought, “You’re in high school? I thought you were my dad’s age!” Have you ever met people like that? They’re young but they’re old.
Well, we have people at Fellowship Church who are old. I mean, our world would call them old; however, you’re young in spirit. You see, if you’re young in spirit, you will dig Fellowship Church. Who cares how old you are. I know some people who are old, but who are young in spirit.
On the other hand, I know some people who are really young, but they’re old in spirit. So the goal is, if we’re going to go onto maturity, we have to be young in spirit. We have to be young in spirit. It is all about others.
Illus: Lisa and I went out to this cool restaurant a while back, kind of romantic thing. We were by ourselves and enjoying this mean. And about midway through the meal I look up and it’s like this convoy of strollers surrounded us with all these families and the noise and kids. And I was thinking, “This kind of ruins the moment. All these kids, crying and yelling and drawing on the place mats.”© Copyright admin, All rights Reserved. Written For: Ed Young Jr