Who Do You Know Who?

When I attend networking events I have the opportunity to say a 30-second “elevator pitch” on America’s Keswick and what happens here. Many of the business persons I meet end their speech with the question, “Who do you know who….”? The point is to let others in the room know who would be a good referral for their business. I thought of this this morning. I awoke at 1 am and my mind was “on”. I couldn’t fall asleep so I grabbed my phone and began searching Twitter. I found a tweet from Bill Welte and what was shared was just what I needed for the “I’m awake early in the morning, peace for my heart so I can get back to sleep, kind of help”. When I woke later and was getting ready for work I got a text from a dear friend who knows my heart. She told me about a devotional she would email me. The words were perfect for me this morning…just what God needed to speak to my heart….AGAIN! I don’t think Bill nor my friend thought to ask “Who do I know who….” before sharing. They just shared what touched their hearts not knowing the reach the verses, quotes and devotions they shared would have.

I would like to encourage you today to ask “Who do I know who…….needs to read what I’ve read today, needs a hug, needs encouragement, needs some chocolate or just needs a smile.” Someone needs you to share with them today!


Kathy’s on staff at America’s Keswick in the Development Department. Kathy has been married to her husband Dave for 28 years. They have two adult children. Kathy is active in her local Church and has taught Sunday school and Bible studies for women. Her passion is to encourage women to deepen their walk with Jesus Christ by finding and living out the truths of God’s Word.

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