The world needs Christians to step into the bad and point towards the good.
I have heard people in leadership circles mention this phrase, "Start with the why!" Implying, before you begin anything new, ask yourself, "Why are we doing this?" This is definitely a fair question to ask, in fact, it's a valuable question to reflect on and wrestle with as you go forward in your life. So, … Continue reading Answering the Why
I enjoy sharing good things with people and hearing about good things from others
The disciples were expected to ask questions and step into the lives of the least and lost, on purpose!
If your spiritual health is weak, then you cannot expect your relationship with God to be strong.
Your scars remain. Your hurt is real. Acknowledge it. Don't hold it in and deal with it alone. Find someone to confide in and work things through. The pain may not go away forever, but at least you'll know you don't have to deal with it by yourself when the weather is bad.
If we claim to be a follower of Christ, there is very clear direction on how we should respond and recognize our enemies.
"Rejoice with those who rejoice; mourn with those who mourn."-Romans 12:15 When tragedy strikes, it is difficult to find the right words to say. People are searching for answers, but often times they're looking for someone to assist with their healing. Healing comes in many forms, often times through tears, yet comforting words of peace can be an added benefit to those who are … Continue reading 3 Things To Say In Times Of Need
The pain of the world is real. The struggles of life will come and they will hit hard. In fact, they might tear you down emotionally and physically..."But take heart; (Christ has) overcome the world"!
It is easier to see God in things of beauty than to work to find Him in the mess.