Sometimes within the weeds of life is hidden fruit. Oddly enough, Jesus tells us not to harshly rush to yank out the invading enemy, but to examine it first.
God wants us to have a happy life. But how? It’s not power, honour or riches that lead us there, but a strange and paradoxical path.
When we have an encounter with the divine, we must ask: How is this encounter going to affect how I live the rest of my life?
“Sometimes we hold each other down and force one another to deny the inherent dignity that we all possess.”
The Ocean and the Waves form a new metaphor for our connection with God.
What did Jesus mean when he said, “Follow me”?
When we focus solely on Christ’s second coming, we miss the kingdom of God in the here and now.
What are the ways we seek to belong? As Christians, we’re supposed to be known by our love and welcome, yet we often fail to do that as well as possible.
Foot washing for us can mean moments not just of humble service but of humble dirty work.