This may be one of the hardest things you have ever done . . . but . . . it’s the best thing you will ever do.
During these days of confusion, chaos and conflict . . . see other’s hurts and heartache with empathy, see your own failings and faults by examining, and set a new standard with an example of compassion and community.
Opinions are across the board. Compliance leads to a rigorous debate based on personal rights and potential governmental control.
When I charge forward with new perspective . . . I pursue with purpose, passion and a plan.
He said to them, “The Scriptures declare, ‘My Temple will be called a house of prayer for all nations,’ but you have turned it into a den of thieves.” Mark 11:17 NLT As Jesus begins the last week of His earthly walk, He descriptively…
In these times of social distancing, isolation and self-quarantine; the church’s programming expertise is kicking into high gear. We are making it work. We are caring for the flock. We are meeting the needs of our elderly. We are encouraging, praying, sharing and giving hope . . . primarily for the “found”, instead of the “lost” . . . primarily for the “99”, and not the “1”.