Inviting in No man’s land
No man’s land was the space between two opposing armies. Often in a lull between conflict a cease fire was called, and medical personnel were able to go and pick up the wounded and injured. But at all other times you just didn’t go there. There is a no man’s land today, which might be described as our private beliefs. There is a fear of trampling on someone’s personal thoughts in the area of faith. But of course many of us are injured and wounded in our private beliefs, should we be left on our own? Go discovered the wounded and injured and invite someone today to take a closer look at Christ and his church.