Looking up

We often let other define situations for other. Social Psychologist Milgram did a study of a crowd of people on a corner of a street with a number of them looking up at nothing. He wondered how many people walking by would look up. Milgram found that virtually everybody took it as a cue that there must be something up there, and looked up as they passed. Milgram concluded that we can define ambiguous situations for others, even if we are strangers. Just imagine from a Christian perspective if we deliberately practice faith in our world of fear, as Milgram discovered others will start to follow our lead. Invite someone to take a closer look at Christ and his church.

group of teenagers looking up and pointing towards something