By Kym Mitchell on February 27, 2017
Answer the following questions:
- Where were you born?
- What is your street address?
- In what city and state do you live?
- Where do you buy groceries?
- Where do you bank?
- Where do you go to church?
- Where do you get gas?
- Where do your children/grandchildren go to school?
- Where do you get your hair cut?
- Where do you spend your free time?
- Where do you work?
- Where do you go to the doctor? Dentist? Pharmacy?
- Where do you get your car repaired?
- Where is your missions field?
Did the last question cause you to hesitate? Did all the questions other than the last one have what seemed like obvious answers, but then the last one made you stop and think? How did you respond to it, or did you skip that question in your mind and move on to the non-question part of the blog?
Where is your missions field? Recently I heard Jill Briscoe speak at an event. Part of her focus was on recognizing our personal missions fields. And this is how she described it: Your missions field is right where you are, “between your own two feet.”