My friend David Cortman is an attorney for the Alliance Defending Freedom, an organization that fights to preserve our religious freedom. He argued before the Supreme Court in a recent case and won the decision 7-2. He previously argued a case and won 9-0.
In other words…in legal circles, this man is a superhero.
But yesterday, he was busing tables in our church lunchroom. David and his wife serve on our hospitality team and regularly can be found serving others in a most humble fashion. He was picking up trash, wiping down tables, and cleaning up the kitchen.
What about you? Can you humble yourself to serve others? If David (a highly successful person by anyone’s definition) can give himself away in such a menial task…I’m wondering what anyone’s excuse could possible be for not serving other people.
Thanks for listening.