It’s that time of the week again…time for an ice breaker question! This week we celebrated Martin Luther King Jr. Day. We’ve all heard his famous “I Have A Dream” speech where King dreams out loud about a day when black men and white men will live together in harmony. In keeping with this theme, today’s question deals with dreams. For those of you who are new or who forgot, ice breaker questions are used to help people get to know each other – to “break the ice” so to speak. I love hearing what other people have to say and how they think. So for today, I’m excited to throw out another simple ice breaker question. I’ll answer it first, then it’s your turn. Answer the question by leaving a comment for us all to enjoy. Thanks!
Question: What’s your dream? (You can take this in many different directions!)
My Answer: Here you go….
As a child and teenager, I had many dreams. I dreamed of writing plays and becoming an actor. I dreamed of becoming a firefighter, a pharmacist, and a baseball player. I dreamed of building a new Mt. Holly, NJ (my hometown growing up) where people got along and things worked more efficiently. I dreamed of building my own house. I dreamed of marrying a wonderful Christian woman. Some of my dreams came true (like marrying a wonderful Christian woman), and many of my dreams never came to fruition. As I’ve grown and my responsibilities have increased through marriage, parenting, and work, I honestly haven’t dreamed as much. This question is definitely STRETCHING for me.
Last Sunday, I shared that I’ve been thinking about doing something bigger with my blog. I truly believe that God can use The Stretched Blog for a much greater purpose. I’m not sure exactly what that is yet, but I dream that The Stretched Blog and The Stretched Community would be able to build something that outlives us and that ultimately brings glory to God. When this dream becomes clear, you can be sure that I’ll share it here.
So there you have it, my answer to the question. Now it’s your turn….I can’t wait to hear what you’ve got to say!
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