Risky Business

Dear Adventurers,

In the summer of 1965, Robert Manry crossed the Atlantic Ocean.

Not a big deal, if the passage was by a commercial jet or luxury cruise ship. But Manry went by boat. A tiny boat. Less than 14 feet long. That’s shorter than a Toyota 4runner SUV.

Manry hopped aboard Tinkerbelle, a hand-built boat that many thought would never be able to make the journey, and sailed from Falmouth, Massachusetts, to Falmouth, England. He made the crossing in 78 days. At the time, this was the smallest boat ever to successfully complete the trip. The human spirit needs challenges to accept and risks to take, and making the solo ocean crossing is clearly one of them.

What challenge is Christ calling you to take? What risk does God perhaps want you to engage?

 

See Exodus Chapters 13 and 14 for further reflection.

Still in one peace,
Pastor David J. Jensen


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