So it is the in-between time in many ways. The time as one thing ends and another thing begins. I am in many ways standing on the shoreline in anticipation and excitement. At Annual Conference this year our speaker told us that there are different ways to wait.
He spoke to us about Paul who was waiting for his friends to rejoin him as he was in Athens. As he waited in Athens he chose to interact with the world and show the people Jesus.
So as I “wait” to start a new version of an old thing, I choose to live like Paul did in Athens. Showing the world the Jesus that is already present and active in their world.
This is how I choose to wait today.