Jesus often went out of his way for people. Even when he was on a journey, he would take the time to respond to the needs of the people.
I believe that learning how to be intentionally grateful in good times helps us better prepare for the rocky waters of life when they come.
My hope is that one day we can get to the place where neither gender is seen as “trash” but is seen for the exquisite and precious beings we are.
Let’s spend some time today examining our hearts and motivations, offering anything inappropriate to God to heal and restore.
Life is not meant to be lived alone, so let’s reach out to our communities today!
Let’s return our eyes to Jesus, the author and perfecter of our faith, so we can run well the race set before us!
By doing things for future generations the church is setting itself apart from the rest of the world.
At the end of the day, the gospel is simple, powerful, and completely relational.
Sometimes a decision-making embargo is just the thing to ensure I continue living from a place of health and rest instead of striving. What about you?
Reconciliation is rooted in relationships.