When you experience mistreatment, it’s easy to lose perspective and react. Instead, be proactive and follow these six steps in Psalm 26.
The challenges we face as a nation for racial reconciliation are huge but not insurmountable or unique to our generation. The early church faced the same challenges as the Gospel expanded beyond Jerusalem to the Roman Empire.
Is your heart opened or closed? It most likely depends on the relationship, doesn’t it?
The Bible says that God is love, not just that God loves, but that He is love.
The strength and health of a church is in its unity.
No church is perfect because they are made up of imperfect people like you and me.
Racial prejudice is ugly. It hurts. It’s painful. It creates a dividing wall of hostility between people.
God has a purpose in every problem. I don’t know all the purposes He has behind this pandemic, but I’ve discovered at least two that could turn our confinement into refinement.
What do you do when relationships experience conflict and love is challenged?
Real salvation involves both believing and belonging!