We all tell ourselves stories each day. We act on those stories. Make sure they are faith-filled and uplifting.
Little Johnny (name changed to protect the guilty) was the terror of children’s church. Ricky, our children’s director struggled to control this unruly four-year old. He wasn’t mean, but he certainly disrupted the program.
One Sunday while the others were leaving, Ricky confronted the little fellow. “Johnny, why are you like this?”
“It’s a long story,” Johnny responded.
“I’ve got time.”
“Well, you see when I was little I was walking on the rails of a railroad track. I fell and knock a hunk of meat out of my leg and they replaced it with dog meat. It’s the dog meat that makes me act like that.”
“Okaaay.” Continue reading