The second week of each month, I will focus on people who live missionally--on a daily basis. This week meet Tim:
This summer you're likely to find him him driving truck alongside a big Case combine, catching the 3.2 bushels per second being released from the grain bin. To do his job he needs to drive the right speed as the grain dumps out because the combine keeps going. If he miscalculates, the grain spills costing the farmer money. Case Combine
Tim also serves his neighbors, the local wheat farmers, in another capacity. When fires break out in their fields, he answers the call of duty as one of the local volunteer fire fighters. He might drive the wild land fire truck or be part of the crew manning the
"Tim's" Fire Truck hoses atop the truck platform.
He befriends his parishioners and neighbors with his jovial manner and heartfelt hospitality. His attitude and authenticity make him a great pastor, friend and leader. His desire to serve makes him a great neighbor. He lives missionally, intentionally--showing his neighbors the love of Jesus in practical and meaningful ways.