Our view of justice has become one of punishment and payment instead of life-change and restoration of relationship.
We don’t need millions or even thousands of followers in order to show Jesus to the world—we just need to be us and let his goodness flow through us.
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?
I hope and pray that we will all be able to get out of our comfort zones and lift our eyes to encourage another today.
We’re all on a unique and beautiful journey with the Lord and no one’s process or path looks the same. And that’s okay.
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.
Though it can be uncomfortable, accountability provides an opportunity for growth that is unmatched, vulnerability is all that’s required in return.
At the end of the day, the gospel is simple, powerful, and completely relational.
The truth is, I can’t be both wise and prideful. If I value wisdom, it’s only natural for me to embrace humility.