We want our friends and especially our enemies to think we have it all together. We need to look like the perfect mom, dad, or friend. We need them to be jealous of our curated life. And yet there’s another part of us that longs to be known for who we really are. To be accepted without the filters and props. To be loved even without a mask.
Jesus invites us into a different kind of community. The kind where who you really are matters more than anything. The type of community in which no one is perfect and it’s a safe place to…Drop the Mask.
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