Mason JarsStuart Jones We all knew a kid who could blow huge Bazooka Joe bubbles or who could take the soap covered ring out of the bottle and blow a monster bubble that floated through the air. Bubbles can be fun, but as adults we must be very careful about bubbles--the ones we live in. Living in bubbles is natural for human beings. We engage with people who generally look like us and think like us. We look for comfortable, convenient and self-affirming situations. Ultimately, we allow the walls of our bubble to keep us inside and those who need to know the good news of Jesus on the outside.