Get Off Your Porch – (in)courage 

We were in desperate need of community that got off the porch and moved toward us.

I found it one night at a church community group bonfire. A sweet older mama called to me as I walked out of the house, her house actually, headed toward the backyard festivities. I thought she was talking to one of the other ladies in the group because she said she had something for whoever it was she was speaking to. She said it in the way you would talk to an old friend whose Tupperware you were trying to return. We had only just met so I thought surely she wasn’t talking to me.

But she was.

She was getting up off her porch to come toward me. 

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