No solo star will make the night sky glow, or cause a child to wonder, or make us long for heaven. It takes a universe of lights—some bold, some near, some strangely warm—to build the canopy on which we see great sights and dream our greater dreams. So it is among believers: we are never solo stars. We all are stars in constellations built by God: your strength; my song; her witness; his compassion. There are, my friends, no accidents in how we come to faith. The great Creator so arranges lives and times that we find light—and we discover grace—through all who “shinelikestars in the world” (Phil 2.15). Discover now the joy of sharing faith with those Christ knows will build your hope. And stay in grace.