The illuminated face of the clock by the bed read, “3:38.”
O yah, its Thursday and I’m supposed to jet to Vancouver.
Keys in pockets.
No time for brewing coffee. Grrrrr.
iPhone ticket? Check.
Car rental? Check.
Cold and snow blankets everything, delaying but invigorating.
The ripples of 9/11 are reminders that tighter security doesn’t make life feel more secure.
The best part of flying. Not.
The planeload empties at almost the identical local time we departed.
Rain for snow.
Green for white.
Mountains for plains.
A rented Camri, a borrowed map and into the unknown.
$100.9 for $.59
Fifty-four minutes of driving past snowed-capped mountain vistas.
Coast-to-coast collectives obeying the Great Commission.
This is who we are and what we do.
The vision? 350,000 Canadians by 2020.
The agents? Every believer.
The outcome? On–purpose living.
Every day faith, hope and joy.
Home to where my heart and calling reside.
This post is dedicated to Rev. David Wells, General Superintendent of the Pentecostal Assemblies of Canada and to the men and women of churches across Canada who are leading Revitalization and Multiplication initiatives. David is inspiring a generation of pastor/leaders to seize the moment and fulfill their calling. David is known internationally as visionary leader, communicator, strategist and writer. He has served as chaplain to Canada’s Olympic and Commonwealth Games teams since 1988.
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