Dear me: Lifelines,Faith,Hope,humility,Peace,Psalms Series,Refiner's Fire,Restoring Wonder,Seeing God,The Broken Way
September 21, 2017
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For such a time as now, we live shaped like a Cross, reaching right out, because this how He begins to reshape the world.
Christ didn’t degrade women in His talk, but He made women heroes in His stories.
We get to be like Jesus to people as they march to their own drum. And it’s only Jesus who gets to change drums.
Having Christian convictions can’t ever negate having Christ’s compassion.
We will never reflect the image of Christ to the world — unless we see the image of God in everyone.
When the church opens its arms to change the world’s story — this is what changes the story of the church in the world.
We are the ones who provide our people with tools to grow, and narratives to make sense of a world that can be hostile and frightening.
We aren’t lonely because something is wrong with us. We are lonely because something is right with us.
Sometimes in living your best life, the most missed ingredient — is to live obedient to God.
God invites our questions and pleadings rather than our despair and silence.
Loving ourselves has a positive ripple effect on our families, our neighbors, our communities and the world.
Human history is one long, epic story of the desperately needy seeking Refuge.
I let go of the part of me that pretends to be perfect, the part that keeps missing the point of the cross—which is redemption.
Jesus noticed the unnoticeable silent sufferers who moved about as little gray shadows…and He still does.
Let’s talk — I’d love for us to get to know each other…
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