I Am Scent – Friendship

Scratch and Sniff Logo for I Am Scent Series

Aromas of a Life of Worship.

Lives rubbing against other lives find a metaphor in the classic scratch and sniff sticker, (developed by 3M in the 1960’s), which must be scratched to be sniffed. Trying to be ‘neutral’ in our relationship with others results in no aroma whatsoever, neither good nor bad.

The ACTS Value of ‘Community’ is on display this weekend as we consider how authentic friendships with others are the byproduct of our faith in God. The Hasboro Corporation recently patented the scent of Play-Doh, recognizing the power of this aroma and its connection to our first memories of school and friendship.

Proverbs 27:4-10, 17


Pete serves the mission of ACTS primarily through vision-casting, communication, fund development, and leadership development. Prior to leading the Community of ACTS, Pete served churches in Ellisville, MO, and Phoenix, AZ. Pete gravitates toward the ‘A’ (Adventure) in the ACTS acronym. He loves to travel, backpack, mountain bike, and ski the trees.

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