God uses millions of no-name influencers every day in the simplest selfless acts of service.   They are the teachers whose names will never be in the newspaper, pastors who will never author a book, managers who will never be profiled in a magazine, artists whose work is buried in layers of collaboration, writers whose sphere of influence is a few dozen people who read their blogs.   But they are the army that makes things happen.   To them devotion is its own reward.   For them influence is a continual act of giving, nothing more complicated than that.

God uses millions of no-name influencers every day in the simplest selfless acts of service.   They are the teachers whose names will never be in the newspaper, pastors who will never author a book, managers who will never be profiled in a magazine, artists whose work is buried in layers of collaboration, writers whose sphere of influence is a few dozen people who read their blogs.   But they are the army that makes things happen.   To them devotion is its own reward.   For them influence is a continual act of giving, nothing more complicated than that.