“A prophet is not without honor except in (their) native place and among (their) own kin and in (their) own house.” Mark 6:4.
Hearing this verse reminds me of my own life story, and how I became a chaplain. It took me a while to confidently wear the bright blue chaplain name badge. And at first, I felt that I needed to moderate my title, saying: I am a lay chaplain which means I offer empathic listening, grief support, and call the priest when a person is in need of the sacraments.
Read more at Catholic Women Preach (July 4)