If you’ve ever owned a home, you know the damage that can be done by a slow leak. According to the EPA, the average household leak amounts to roughly 10,000 gallons of water per year. While the drops that come from a slow leak don’t look like much, over time they make a sizeable impact. Given enough time, water even in small amounts, wears away hard stoney surfaces. This is the process of erosion. When given space and time, steady drops of water cause rock to change shape.
There are times when the work that we do, the effort that we give, the ministry that we engage in feels like small drips in a big bucket. Continue Reading