A Brief Devotional on Personal Responsibility
ARC Guide Level 1
Ideal for those getting acquainted with our thought process at Ammi Ruhama Community.
The work of repairing the primary interface has often been referred to as building rapport, which can get a little lost in translation as rapport tends to be the word used for an singular individual and does not carry with it the weight of our more familiar term commonly used for larger groups of people; faith. People usually talk about how their faith in humanity has been lost and restored by either the great moral decay of a school shooting or the kindness of a block of neighbours who support both the victim’s family and the perpetrator’s family. When I talk about repairing the primary interface, this can only be done person to person, and when a great number of people are in concert to repair the primary interface they too must be an integral, in person part of that repair work; not just as a part of the group but also, and most importantly, as an individual. There are many things in this life that we can outsource to other people to accomplish but the work of repairing the primary interface is the one personal and irreplaceable responsibility in our lives that cannot be shirked or outsourced lest we fail to communicate the love and mercy of Christ.