Last week, Roy said, “Vulnerability is the price of intimacy.”
In the video clip you’ll see below, John Sorrell spends about 60 seconds being vulnerable. When you hear him speak, it’s impossible not to like and trust him. We should all learn to be vulnerable.
– Indy Beagle
This is the transcript of what you’ll see in the video:
“I’ve looked for my sunglasses when they were on my head. Not too long ago, I was running late for work. I was in a rush out the door and we’ve got this drawer in our kitchen where I keep my wedding ring, my watch, my keys, and my wallet. And I was grabbing everything at kind of a furious pace, and I tapped my pocket; I had my phone there. I had my wallet there. But my keys weren’t there. I looked on the counter. The keys weren’t on the counter. I looked in the drawer. The keys weren’t in the drawer. So I was about to yell my wife’s name out, ‘Valerie!’ to ask her where the keys were, and when I opened my mouth to yell “Valerie!” the keys fell out of my mouth onto the floor, because in my hurry, I had taken the keys and put them between my teeth. About 10 years ago, my wife had had a tough week at work. She was driving home and I called her and I needed her to give me the contact information for a friend of ours. So I called and said, ‘Val, I need you to share this contact information with this person.” And she’s driving home, and she says, ‘Oh John, I can’t find my phone anywhere. I think I may have left it at work.’ I said, ‘Valerie, you’re talking to me on the phone right now.’ She said, ‘It’s been a long day.’ Raise your hand it you’ve ever done anything like that. Please make me feel better about myself.”
– John Sorrell, Life Family Church, Austin