Cookie Cutters Work on Dough, not People

After all the ingredients have been measured correctly and blended together, and the dough is rolled out evenly, a cookie cutter becomes the natural tool to employ.   But the spiritual journey of a friend can’t be shaped like cookie dough or cut into cute shapes.  We’re too different for that.

Frank Viola, in his post, Rethinking How We Present the Gospel, shares at length how we can still be effective in God’s ‘kitchen’ by recognizing the differences in the people he brings into our lives.  After you’ve had a chance to read it, come back and share which of the five points near the end of the article was most impactful to you.

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