As this year closes and another draws near, now is a good time to take stock of where we are. As individuals and as a church.
WA pastor Em Seinemeier puts it this way: “How easy is it, with the speed of change, the demands we face on our time, energy, focus, priorities, relationships etc, to experience much while learning comparatively little? Call it survival, plate spinning, whatever – I love the idea (generally attributed to John Dewey) that we don’t so much learn by experience, but by reflection on experience.”
Learning is something that makes us human. The ability to change based on thinking about what we have experienced. The most significant learning is often painful but it takes us forward in life.
Thank you all for your support this year.