Helen Keller was once asked, "What could be worse than being born blind?" Her answer, "To have sight and no vision." Without vision, we risk remaining absorbed in our own small worlds. But with a grander vision we begin to see what Jesus called "the fields ripe for harvest." We can pursue the purpose of planting local churches that will bring help, hope, and healing to communities throughout our region and, indeed, to people all over the world!
Speaker Cal Rychener
Published On May 1, 2018
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May 1, 2018
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