Perhaps the greatest indictment on evangelical churches today is that they are not generally known as refuge houses for sinners—places where hurting, wounded, sinful people can run and find love that does not question, an understanding that does not judge, … read more
The way to know what a person or people group really believes is not to ask them but to watch them. Christians frequently say, “It’s all about Jesus,” but our actions betray us. Judging by the amount of time, energy, … read more
Jesus’ teaching to love our enemies was understandably shocking to his original audience—just as it is to us today. Jesus expected much, which is why, after telling his audience to love their enemies he added that if we only love … read more
Ghandi once said, “Be the change you want to see in the world.” It’s a profoundly Kingdom teaching.
It seems to me, however, that few people adopt Ghandi’s philosophy. It’s far easier to focus our attention on how others should … read more