Posts tagged christianity
Love Without Limits

It’s not only the people who think like us, who look like us, who believe the things we do, who vote the way we do, or who live in our tax bracket. It’s also the people who have different moral standards, who hold an opposing worldview and belief system, and who vote for the politician we don’t like. They are our neighbors.

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Mundane Faithfulness

There’s a subversive hope to be found in staying put. It’s a hope that says, “God isn’t finished here.” The planting of our feet on rocky ground points to something bigger than our circumstance. It’s easy for me to see God in the grandiose dreams and exhilarating beginnings, but he also wants to be found in the days of our mundane faithfulness.

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