Scott and Kelli talk...
This trip with CURE Intl. has been such a great lesson in why we must get out of our “comfort zone”. Coming to Afghanistan, with tensions extremely high, certainly gave me a chance to get out of my “comfort zone” this week, and it has been life changing!
Looking down at Ali on that operating table yesterday, I saw myself… Ali was lying there vulnerable and in desperate need of help, just like me. When I was vulnerable and in desperate need of help, it was Jesus who came and rescued me! He left his “comfort zone” to save me, and change my life…Forever! This week the K-LOVE family helped rescue a little Afghan boy, and your efforts will change Ali Sina’s life… Forever!
My hope is that this week has demonstrated what can happen when we work together to make a difference for someone else. I don’t know what getting out of your “comfort zone” means for you, but I am guessing that you have a pretty good idea what it looks like. If Jesus set the example for us, by leaving his “comfort zone”, than I am not sure what makes us think that we can excuse ourselves from doing the same? He has called each of us to love as he loved, to treat “the least of these” as we would Jesus, himself. Jesus left his “comfort zone” to change our lives forever…now it’s your turn to leave your “comfort zone” to change someone else’s life!