Today, I heard a “Thank you.”
The gentleman who said these words did so as a weekend of training for our small group leaders came to a close. He thanked the speaker, the leaders of our small group ministry, and all of the life group leaders. I really appreciated what he said. Expressing gratitude to these people was important–very important.
Far too often men and women serve in a variety of ways only to hear nothing. Absolutely nothing!
They serve and serve and the response is…
Or, they may hear something like this: “Uh the next time we have a seminar, let’s do this instead of that.”
No thank you. No gratitude. Now the guy is going to make suggestions to these people when he has not even thanked them for what they did?
I suspect that a “thank you” is long over due for some people.
Can you think of people in your world who really need to hear a word of gratitude from you? Name a few people who really need to hear this.