Everyone who follows Jesus Christ is called to be a person of impact. The Spirit of God forbids you to remain silent or passive while the world, the flesh, and the devil plunder, blind, and confound your “Impact Zone.” Your Impact Zone will include yourself, your friends and/or family, and your co-workers. While their size and scope may vary from person to person mark this: your temperament neither accredits nor disqualifies you. It is your responsiveness to God’s call and your readiness to do His will that certifies you to be a Person of Impact..
In a July 2013 article, Scientific American studied what most people talk about the most and what they discovered surprised me — probably because my emotional intelligence is not high! Here is their observation: on average people spend 60% of their time talking about themselves! This number goes up to 80% when communicating on social media. So what are the implications for Christians if we spend all this “time” communicating and our faith does not or rarely comes up with others?