The subjective truth is important. When we share our subjective experience of God we can communicate the unchanging eternal truths through our story.
Everyone has a story and it’s important to tell it. In this episode, I share about how to tell your story. Keep it jargon-free. What was your life like before God? How did you encounter God? How has your life changed since that encounter?
The saint feature in this episode is St. Daniel Comboni
Daniel Comboni was the first Catholic Bishop of Central Africa, and one of the great missionaries in the Church’s history.
Quotes from St. Daniel Comboni
- “The thought that one sweats and dies for the love of Jesus Christ and the salvation of the most abandoned souls in the world is far too sweet for us to desist from this great enterprise,” he wrote.
- “O Nigrizia o morte!” – Africa, or death.
- “Save Africa with Africa” captures the love and trust he had of Africa and the people he served.
- “I am dying, but my work will not die.”
You can be a hero. You can be a saint.