Advocates points me back to our good God who can unify us even when the world tries to keep us divided.
We will always sacrifice something we value for that which we value more.
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.
Truth without love can be harsh and critical.
Honesty with empathy is welcoming and kind.
What would our world look like if we dared to examine our beliefs, experiences, and worldviews so that we understood what we were bringing into a situation?
By doing things for future generations the church is setting itself apart from the rest of the world.
When we put ourselves in the place of being the minority, we can learn so much from those around us.
I’ve been learning that idolatry is more than just an external form of worship: it’s a heart posture.
No matter your age, let’s begin to see ourselves and others how God sees us. More than that, let’s act in a manner worthy of the calling that he’s called us to.
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