We all have interactions and events in our lives that help mold and shape us in profound ways. Sometimes they affect us in positive, empowering ways and sometimes they impact us negatively and keep us from progressing and feeling confident about ourselves and our world. I call these turning points. Turning points usually have a significant amount of emotion attached and cause us to realize that something we thought was true isn’t or to consider something we never had before. They are powerful and happen to all of us. Today I want you to reflect on some of them to better understand yourself and also to consider your role in other people’s lives. As adults we create turning points for our children, people we lead at church or at work and other people in our daily interactions. Be thoughtful about how you handle challenges and what you say to others and you can create a lot of positive turning points for others.
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