“Why?” is an inexhaustible question. It’s a question that is never quite satisfied. It’s a question that, when asked enough times in a row, will always take us beyond what we know.
Yielded as a weapon, why will eventually makes fools and hypocrites of us all. However, why as a tool of careful excavation is a powerful enabler. It empowers both our capacity to say yes to what matters and no to what does not. Knowing our why centers us.
Throughout the month of January we’re going to revisit some of the significant ‘Why’s that bind us together as a people, giving us a place in God’s purposes today and in His future.
Here’s a link to the document that’s referenced during the talk “Why Vineyard“