When we hear the word “disruption”, we start to get uneasy – we wonder what will be lost, or what will be broken when the disruption occurs. Will the usual routines and rituals come again? We worry about things “returning to normal” after the disruption, and how long it will take for stability to return.
But, what if “normal” wasn’t all that great to start with? What if the system that got broken was already broken? What if the routines and rituals were more about the routines and rituals themselves than accomplishing anything meaningful and important?
Sunday, we will look at the commission of the prophet Jeremiah and the actions of Jesus when he encountered a crippled woman on the Sabbath to see what happens when set ways of doing meet… The Disruptor.
See Luke 13:10-17 and Jeremiah 1:4-1