I see love in those at Praxis who volunteer for service projects like Young Lives and City Gate and God works through them to love those they serve…Read More
Jesus loves everyone, no matter his or her story. And the beautiful thing is that He calls us to do the same. We are called by Jesus Christ to love each other as Christ himself loves us…Read More
Therefore, as God’s chosen people, holy and dearly loved, clothe yourselves with compassion, kindness, humility, gentleness and patience. Bear with each other and forgive one another if any of you has a grievance against someone.Read More
He does not wait til we have reached the threshold of respectability to deign to be seen in public with us or acknowledge our presence. We get the gift of the God who is with us..Read More
“Often we want to be able to see into the future. We say, “How will next year be for me? Where will I be five or ten years from now?” There are no answers to these questions…Read More
LECTIO — Take a few deep breaths. Read the text slowly, carefully, with full attention, a few times through.Read More
Hope is what keeps us going.
It’s what pulls us forward,
When our feet begin to drag across the rough pavement.
When our feet say “no more.”
Hope is what keeps us walking.Read More
We tend to use the word hope pretty casually. I tend to use it in a way that’s synonymous with “I wish,” rather than as something that can anchor meRead More
The first week of Advent centers on the word hope, and if I’m being honest, hope can sometimes just feel like another Christian buzzword tossed around without any real substance to hold onto. Over the next month I want us to be able to understand…Read More
he Christian church follows along with the liturgical calendar, which is a fancy way of saying the types of readings, worship, thoughts, and practices that shape a specific season in time. The Advent season usually begins…Read More