How often do we think about the people that serve us? Yes, family, friends, and faith communities quickly come to mind, but what about the retail worker, the delivery driver, the teacher, the first responder, and even the person that made your clothes? Dr. King once preached of a vision for a world house. This idea is that we are all connected as siblings in the world living in different rooms of the same house.
In this episode, Matt and Bishop Wright dive deeper into what it would like for us to live into the dream of a world house. Why don’t more people choose it? It has taken a pandemic for some people to realize that WuHan and Milan, and London and Lawrenceville Georgia are just different rooms in the same house. Listen in for the full conversation.
Before listening, read For Faith.