As I sit here at the watoto village called Subi I realize the difference between talk and action. It is clear that much of the church world can talk with the best of them. We have a tendancy to tell about the things we are going to do, or cast vision about what we should do, but There is a significant difference between talk and action. We all know this, but when you are in Uganda and you see the results of acting on what you say it is an eye opening experience.
It seems to be this simple for the Skinners. Uganda has an orphan and Widow problem, we are going to do something about it, lets take them in. Now what ever that means in terms of practically building facilities, raising leaders, creating a philosophy is merely steps of action on the way to doing something about the problem.
James said, I’ll show you my faith by my works. Yes we must talk, we must share, we must cast vision, but at some point for things to change, action has to be taken, and if we just keep it simple the “way” to do it will become clear, as long as we are committed to ACTION!