No one wants to be labeled a fool or foolish. Who likes the feeling of being duped? But what about being a fool for Jesus? What this means is we can really only know real life if we are willing to give our lives to God. And that you can only possess if you share. Foolish, right!?
In this episode, Melissa and Bishop Wright have a conversation on foolishness through the lens of John the Baptist. John was considered a radical and a fool, but understood that God was to come before all else! Listen in for the full conversation.
Before listening, read For Faith.