“What can one person do?”
Do you ever ask this in the face of such overwhelming problems in our world?
Human trafficking, slavery, poverty, disease, starvation, abortion, parentless children, political corruption…
and on and on it goes.
All too often the sheer numbers involved with these issues mock our insignificance, paralyzing us from doing anything to help. Because after all, any difference I could possibly make would be negligible in the face of such vast suffering in the world.
If you can identify with these feelings, you will love today’s featured post from Chris Malkemes. She shares a beautiful testimony of one who wondered what one person could do, but instead of concluding that the minimal return on his efforts made those efforts not worth the investment, he made quite a different decision.
And it all started because he realized that while he could not do everything…
he could do something.
Head over to Chris’ site and be encouraged to consider what your one thing might be today.
Chris, thanks for linking up with us last week! Feel free to grab a featured button below!
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