Figure out what God is doing and go there. That’s what my longtime pastor friend encourages.
So yesterday when I saw my pastor and his wife on MSNBC being interviewed about our church's National Facebook Fast, I decided I should be doing a better job of not only participating but also promoting the principles in Kerry Shook’s latest book, Love at Last Sight.
In honor of the fast, I’ll keep it brief and go get face-to-face with someone. Take a moment, look around, recognize what God is doing and go there. Today. Love somebody without technology.
I’m going to phone a friend I miss and schedule a face-to-face time we can catch up in person. I’m going to call the friend who I was supposed to meet for lunch and weep with her because her beloved pet is very sick. I’m going to be intentional to pour attention into those closest to me today.
What will you do without technology today?
So Jesus explained himself at length. "I'm telling you this straight. The Son can't independently do a thing, only what he sees the Father doing. What the Father does, the Son does. The Father loves the Son and includes him in everything he is doing. John 5:19-20 The Msg