Our Father in heaven, hallowed be your name.
Some men and these are the veteran warriors I speak of, use this technique twice a week just to avoid an argument.
I will add that racism is a feature, not a bug, of the United States of America.
We’re here to restore people to fellowship, not power, remember that.
Welp, that’s five years in Canada for us. Let’s see what happens in the next five!
Divine Justice is equally retributive and reparative.
What am I to you, World, but a passing stranger?
How plagued we are by this broken duality.
I launched this blog one year ago today.
“It’s so nice to finally have some color in this church. We’re happy to have you here.”
Are you still an evangelical?
Make Relationships Love-Filled Again.
Love your neighbor.
Bear one another’s burdens.
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These thoughts were originally posted to Facebook years ago as I reflected on the passage of the Good Samaritan from the Gospel of St. Luke. Why Compassion Matters How oft we forget the care Christ showed to those destitute and cast aside by society. How oft we forget the story of a Good Samaritan; anContinue reading “Repost: A Good Samaritan”
“Give thanks in all circumstances; for this is the will of God in Christ Jesus for you.” 1 Thes. 5:18 Photo Our Father in Heaven, I am grateful that we are able to celebrate another year of life and another Thanksgiving holiday. This year has been one of great tumult, confusion, and loss of lifeContinue reading “Inconsequential Thanksgiving: Thanking God for Useless Things”
Father, today we remember those in need.
The best life has to offer us is often on the other side of fear and trepidation.