Last week I went to my organization’s home office for a business meeting. After the meeting, friends of almost twenty years took me to the airport for my flight back to Denver. We haven’t seen each other much since we parted, nearly 18 years ago. But our bond is still deep enough that we were able to cut right to the heart of our current joys and struggles. No discussions of what sports our kids play or what schools they attend. By the end we had some real solid material on which to pray for each other.
Who do you know like that? I hope there are similar friends in your current circle. Takeaway: how can you deepen your present‐day relationships? I’d suggest opening up to those people in a deeper way than you have before. Be risky.