Politics is not an emotionally neutral topic. It has the power to divide us instead of bring us together. What would it look like if Christians filtered their politics through their faith rather than filtering their faith through their politics?
In the days and weeks preceding the crucifixion and resurrection of Jesus, three men found their way into the story. Each refused to abandon his quest for control and surrender to the Savior of the world. How can we avoid the mistakes they made?
People who are fully engaged in the life of the church invite others to experience what they’ve experienced. That sounds simple. But why you invite someone is even more important than how you invite someone.
The New Year is full of possibilities that fuel potential for a better future. That’s why we make resolutions . . . even though those resolutions usually fall by the wayside. Here’s something simple you can do to make the most of 2017.