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On The Path of Obscurity: Two Things

If you are on the path of obscurity, here are two things to note: First, being unappreciated comes with obscurity. This could lead to feelings of unworthiness. Or it could make you focus all the more on the one who appreciates you most. God loves you. That may sound so cliché that your eyes may [...]

5 Reasons to Consider Obscurity

This is the second part. You can read the first part here: “The Blessing of Obscurity“ Here are further reasons to consider obscurity as a blessing: Those in obscurity are quite free to pursue their ministry. Being well-known, on the other hand, can make it more difficult to pursue your main purpose. In Mark 1:42-45, [...]

The Blessing of Obscurity

This article and the next two are part of the resources we give to youth leaders every two months. Other articles from youth workers worldwide in the resources section. Just as I was finishing this article, a young teen’s home-made video  has been viewed more than 32 million times on the Internet. She joins a [...]