February 27, 2017
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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.
This is us. So give us your brave and your battling, Your holding-on people, aching to break free, The struggling and the straggling and the God-fastening, And the bold who…
Dear America — Remember how we ran into each other a few weeks ago and I raved about how we loved you and were grateful for you? So then I…
When I saw it plastered on a wall somewhere in the city, it brought me up short. I stepped back a few steps, stood there in front of it like…
What is our faith if it’s not about living so that people from many streams of life are carried by the current of His love — toward Him and Home.
There is faith that accepts no fast, next day delivery, but rests that the new order of things waits on the hands of God, not the hands on the clock.
The world weeps, needing to hear a lot more good news — and maybe that starts with each of us beggars who’ve found bread sharing more of the sustenance of Good News.
You’re the one rescued — you can’t rescue anybody. You only get to hold on to the Rescuer.
Jesus has rescued each and every one of us, and as we follow Him in this world, He’s beckoning us to join His work of rescue.
Either Jesus is the answer to the ultimate problems of the human condition — or there is no ultimate answer.
God wants us to start living in that place where calling meets action.
Human history is one long, epic story of the desperately needy seeking Refuge.
Let’s talk — I’d love for us to get to know each other…
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