AJ Sherrill: Sacred Ordinariness

The ministry of reconciliation is not just for the elite.

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Citing a story about his wife's experience in the workplace, AJ Sherrill discusses sacred ordinariness and the concept of "Grumble, Gossip, and Glory" - the simple and profound acts of avoiding grumbling in the workplace, refusing to gossip about coworkers and circumstances, and working with excellence for the glory of God - and how this process can usher in reconciliation and healing at any level within an organization. While heroic and grand stories of faith are compelling, the diligent, steady, and faithful work of the commoner is the very heart of the ministry of reconciliation.

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