If your solution is to tightly regulate every move we make and every breath we take, then I’ll take my chances with the guns. But don’t you dare insist on your “right to”anything without first dealing with your responsibility to follow God’s law.
Humility, vulnerability, and wide-open hearts may well be the cure for the malaise that runs deep and wide in our culture
Just like Jesus looked at the disciples and said, “You feed them!” in yesterday’s post, today Jesus is looking at his followers today, and saying, “You take care of them.
I don’t care if you’re young or old, rich or poor, black or white or brown or in between, I don’t care if you live in a big house or on the street… at some point Jesus is going to say, ‘You feed them; you take care of one another; you love your neighbor.
If it’s Saturday morning then it must be soccer. David and Beks are only 20 months apart, so they get to play on the same “Y” recreational team.
Today my theme is still the emergence of spring color here in the woods around our home in Wake Forest.
We live in such an amazing and beautiful world, yet so much of the way that we live goes far beyond the planet’s ability to sustain itself. It’s a dismaying idea to think that, maybe, it is humanity – us – that is the decay, and that we are responsible for so much bondage.
Your word is a lamp before my feet and a light for my journey. – Psalm 119:105 There are many “special