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I had the privilege of being asked to deliver the final message as part of a 5-week series at Mosaic Church in Charlotte, NC.
When I tell people I have a crazy mother a variety of things happen.
The first and most common response is people say, “Who doesn’t?” I generally say, “No, really. My mother is crazy.” And they say, “So is mine.”
Out of curiosity and searching for an empathetic connection, I ask what kind of crazy things did your mother do?
Every year on August 18th, I post on Facebook about my accident which occurred in 1986.
Today, marks 30 years since that potentially fatal day.
It is the day God performed a miracle in my life, but it wasn’t until many years later that I was able to emotionally and spiritually comprehend the power of His presence.
On the day of my accident I was acutely aware, however, of what my father and my Uncle Joe did for me.
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I get it. Seriously, I have strong empathy for you. As a teenager and early young adult, I did not have the insight to realize how my “fun” behavior negatively impacted others. Really, I get it. I used to be you.
You ringing my doorbell on a Friday night at 10:45 three times in succession seems incredibly innocent to you. I remember doing things as a teenager without any understanding of how my behavior affected people.
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