by Kumar Dixit
Source: NAD Ministerial
When I walked into the sanctuary, I darted toward my “regular” row that my family has been sitting in for years. But on this particular Sabbath, the space had already been occupied by visitors. I needed four more seats for my family, but there wasn’t enough room in that row. In fact, I couldn’t find enough seats except in the back rows of the church. So that is where my family sat, next to a woman in a her 30s, who kindly moved over a few seats to provide enough space. After church, I introduced myself to this young-adult lady.
“Is this your first time here,” I inquired. She laughed shyly and said, “I’ve been attending here for over a year.”
“Oh wow,” my wife and I responded with curiosity, because we had never seen her.
“Yes, you guys are the first people to ever welcome me,” she explained.
I was stunned. Continue Reading…