Jesus wasn’t afraid to come down into the details of someone’s life to bring them hope and peace. So why can’t we do the same?
Originally posted on Work in Progress:
Donald Miller is one of my favorite non-fiction authors. I appreciate the way he sees things,…
In a world that’s full of conflict and division, yelling and proving others wrong, empathy can be a rare place of safety. And I believe this is what many are longing for.
At the end of the day, the gospel is simple, powerful, and completely relational.
But what if our pain, our struggle, and our brokenness are actually good things?
As uncomfortable as it can be, community is a vital part of our healing process.
The truth is, regardless of your relationship status, God wants your heart and that’s not ever going to change.
I believe the basis of many good conversations comes from asking good questions.
I’m figuring out how to let God be my protector instead of trying to protect myself. I’m removing my RBF mask.
We don’t need to fix or have all the answers or be worried about the destination–we can just focus on being as present with our traveling companions as we can.