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"I have come that you may have life, and have it to the full" - Jesus (John 10:10)
Working at Starbucks was the first of an interlude of radical obedience in my life this year. It all began on my birthday in January when I asked God what I could give Him as a gift of of thanks. "Your story Emra, the one you haven't told". With that came a picture of a circular place and me sharing. I promised that I would tell it to two, twenty or two-hundred, knowing He would make the story to tell clear. A month later the crazy notion of working part-time at Starbucks came about and the moments there were filled with everyday workplace details. Most which I hadn't experienced for a long time, having being in management and leadership. This was real people-stuff, I had little say in how work played out and simply had to endure it. It was different for me. Humbling and perhaps crafting a willingness, an enabling for servanthood. Four months later, I stood in a circular space before two-hundred women at the Lead n Link Conference telling the story I had promised to tell. Radical obedience. Doing what doesn't seem to make sense. Soon after the Conference the Starbucks experience ended as I plunged into writing, assumed studies to … [Read More...]