Few inventors invent things just to invent things. They invent things for (hopefully) useful purposes. Alexander Graham Bell did not perfect the telephone simply to have a novelty item in his home. Thomas Edison did not work through countless iterations of the light bulb so that when he developed the working version, he could go back to candlelight in the dark. Both of these inventions – and countless others – had a purpose. They were wired for service! So is the believer. In our case, we’re not an “invention,” but we are wired for service nonetheless. And if we are not living out that “wiring,” we are functional novelties – not being used for our intended purpose. In what way are we wired for service? Join us Sunday to discover more!