The weight of responsibility is an integral part of being super. And it becomes very difficult for others to understand how we are stewarding our gifts and passions. We can never please them all. And the slightest hint of rejection is enough to knock us off our perch.

The faith that angels observe with fascination is our strongest power. And it is longing to get out, to make itself known, to serve responsibly. Faith is inside of us. We are filled with potential energy waiting to go kinetic. To be something is only half of the equation of humanity. It is how we steward who we are that determines the depth of richness we will experience in this world.

God is cheering for us, wanting the most good for us. He wants us to be who we truly are, no matter the risks involved or how the world might respond. He wants us to live the extraordinary life prepared for us.

Being super is not about fame and fortune and power. It is more subtle than all that. Being super is about living well. Being who we are. Worshiping God through a life well lived, a life of joy and of service.

“As each has received a gift, use it to serve one another, as good stewards of God’s varied grace.”
– 1 Peter 4:10