I love this! Pulled this off Facebook the other day and thought I would pass it on with some comment and an idea or two or . . . (we’ll see). It is the latest attempt to try to do something that is kind of a “pay-it-forward” and hope it goes viral. So, first, the … More Loving Neighbors at Christmas
Here’s one of those stories that demonstrates the kind of creativity and commitment to blessing our neighborhoods that is so needed in the secular age we live in. The article is short and worth your time. This would make a great start to a brainstorming session of a home-group that is missionally focused on reaching … More “Planting Goodness in the Neighborhood”
It makes sense doesn’t it? If we have been adopted into the family of God then we should seek to know and value things that God’s family values. What is at the heart of the Father of this new family in which I live? What does he want His adopted children to do with their … More God is a Lover and He is Looking for Lovers
Sunday Reflections Let’s Remember that We are ALL Sinners It won’t be popular. It won’t make you popular. It won’t make your life easy. It won’t make you assertive about your “rights.” It won’t chase your depression away with “happy thoughts.” But it will remind you of forgiveness. It will remind you of grace. It … More Let’s Remember that We are ALL Sinners
Where’s the Love? The following article is from Kairos Journal and fits perfectly with my message to Trinity Church from last week. Let’s pray for one another that love would be the dominate mark of our faith. And Trinity people—pray that for yoru pastor too. 4 Yet I hold this against you: You have forsaken … More The Challenge to Christians in every Generation: Where’s the Love?
[UPDATE: My brother in South Carolina has probably been cutting his lawn for awhile but things are just starting to green up here. But that reminds me of a post from a few years ago… For More see: Neighborhood as Family.