You and I have a limited influence in the lives of those around us, so I want to urge you to consider using your voice to shift the focus from the cycle of power exchange in the world onto the one that matters.
God is planning surprise parties for us; unfortunately, we often risk missing out on the party he has for us. In fact, I almost missed my own surprise party once.
I would submit, that many Christians are lying to themselves about what they really value. I’ll describe what I mean through a parable...
My wrestle to reconcile the busy work of helping run an organization and the moments of relational disappointment in life with the inspirational dreams and undeniable hope that I cannot and will not abandon.
You wouldn’t define my whole family based on one of my brothers, so don’t define the church by just a few leaders.
What if I told you that our suburban communities are facing a bigger poverty crisis than our nations big cities?
When we think about poverty, we often think about L.A.’s Skid Row or a commercial we saw for World Vision – but we don’t usually think about the people in our suburban community.
Yet, suburban communities are facing a bigger poverty crisis than our nations big cities.