By Tina Chandler
Repurpose Ė one of the latest buzzwords being thrown around. We repurpose luggage into tables, old TV cabinets into fish tanks, broken bits into jewelry, junk into treasure and the list goes on. There are countless websites and resources that are overflowing with DIY projects to reuse, recycle, repurpose.
What about repurposing ourselves? What would happen if we took a complete "inventory" of the stuff and junk in our lives? Is anything useful? Can we recycle some of these things into meaningful things with true value?
Itís time. Itís time to really consider what we do, what we have and where we are going. Itís time to wipe off the cobwebs, clear the path and begin the process of repurposing our own lives. Maybe itís a matter of changing how we react to each other, or how we go about the business of raising our kids, doing our jobs, paying attention to others, living out what we "say". Faith without works is dead, as the Bible says.
Time to repurpose and become the blessing Iíve written about for a while.