Showing posts from October, 2019

"Is anyone among you sick?"

 My core guys. "Jesus answered them,  It is not the healthy who need a doctor,  but the sick.   I have not come to call the righteous,  but sinners to repentance.” Luke 5:31-32 I often ponder this question when I meet people for the first time: "how are you really doing"? Every Tuesday, I visit my campus doing contact evangelism, and I see a variety of students that have their Apple airpods on or scrolling through Facebook/Twitter on their phones. As I see students sitting alone with their phones, my first thought is, "they don't want to be bothered." But maybe they're waiting and hoping someone will start a conversation with them. I met one student who was sitting by himself in the atrium. I approached and introduced myself to him, and we began a conversation. I asked him how his day was going, and he responded "good." I followed up with another question, "how is it 'good'"? He said, "It's my fir