Everyday, in hopes of fitting in, we are influenced by other people. But we can lose ourselves in the hopes of being what others want.
Choosing a single, positive, spiritual goal for the day is a great way to find clarity and meaning even in the midst of “chaos.”
David suggests he would not have made it through had his hope and vision been anything less than galvanized in Our Heavenly Father’s promises to redeem and restore His creation.
Jesus has raised your neighbor—your brother, your sister, your ecclesial member, your enemy, your friend—to new life.
Without sharing our faults (our struggles) we actually aren’t able to truly pray for each other.
Weeping is a physical expression of solidarity and understanding—a live action demonstrating interpersonal connections that are comforting to people in pain.
Our actions are likely directed by the items with which we gird ourselves.
Don’t get caught up in the moment. You always have a choice.
James spends a lot of effort in his letter calling me to action. We all have an obligation and we all have capabilities.
Years ago I began expanding my own concluding benediction remarks. The process has been enjoyable and thought-provoking for me.