The Simplicity of Sharing
As many of you will know the gift of sharing is at the heart of what we do, at the moment I am having an opportunity to share my teaching skills. I never thought something so simple would be so satisfying. The act of giving to someone something that you know, enjoy or love is more worth to that person and to you than you initially realise.
I've always wanted to share and pass on what I love, sometimes I struggle to know how to do that though. But more and more I’ve recognised that you ‘simply’ demonstrate/ talk/ write what it is. Trying to make it complicated doesn’t work. If it’s something that you love then you will find a way to do share it.
This year has been a real opportunity for me to do just that, with more people we’ve connected with having a desire to find out more about teaching, worship dance and performing. I am looking forward to next year and what all of that may bring, in the hope that as I share with people they in turn will share with others and so on.
In the Bible Jesus encourages us to come to his table to eat and drink and share with him. He eagerly encourages us to that. I want to encourage you do to the same, to go to Jesus’ table and share with him, so we in turn can share with others. What you love and your passion may not be dancing, or writing or creativity or Jesus, it may be something else. But I would encourage you to share it, regardless.
While they were eating, Jesus took bread, and when he had given thanks, he broke it and gave it to his disciples, saying, “Take and eat; this is my body.”