This month’s podcast follows Pastor Jeff Simmons to Panama City Beach, where hundreds of students and their adult leaders were enjoying Beach Week! This episode’s special guest is one of those volunteer adult leaders, Diego Fua, a Murfreesboro native who has called Rolling Hills his church home since its launch 19 years ago. Check it out today.
Diego doesn’t just keep his faith to his church family, either. As a Clinical Research Manager, he regularly prays with his team members. Depending on your personal experiences, you might fervently agree with him when he says that prayer is frowned upon in corporate America. As Christians, we are called to live boldly and to be a light in a broken and fallen world. But, increasingly, it may seem like having a public faith could risk your reputation and even your job. Diego’s words will bring encouragement to anyone who feels tension in their workplace because of their faith.
For Diego, every day is an opportunity to model a Christian life for others. He’d be the first to tell you that it’s not always fun to get up early and stay late serving – but we aren’t ultimately doing it because it’s fun. If it weren’t a sacrifice, it wouldn’t be serving. It’s not always easy and safe to proclaim the truth and to share Jesus outside the walls of a church, but there are people who need to hear it. Our families and neighbors see what we say and do, and for them, we are ambassadors for Christ.
In the long run, choosing to be bold and selfless for the sake of Christ will never be something we regret. We hope you’ll choose to listen into this inspiring conversation, as you continue to refine and live out your own answer to that big question.
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