Learning from the bumblebee in invitation

Serial Inviters remind me of bumblebees. Bees visit flowers in order to collect nectar, which they eat and turn any surplus into honey, and pollen. The flowers benefit from this because as the bees go from flower to flower some pollen sticks to the hairs on the bee’s body and gets transferred from the stamen of one flower to the stigma of the next, pollinating the flower¬†to pollenate them, and that is crucial to the flowers, fruits, veggies, etc. to flourish. Every invite achieves something, not only in the life of the invited but the inviter. Invite someone today to take a closer look at Christ and his church.