Can the church bridge the divide when compassion and national security collide? We say yes.
You can’t be who you were meant to be if you don’t know who you are. But how do you figure out who you were meant to be?
Changing is hard. Especially when we try to make big changes by ourselves. We can’t get where we want to be without the help of others. If you swipe right on this one habit, it will be life-giving and life-preserving
Have you ever had a great relationship go bad or a bad relationship that got even worse? What if there was a way to make all your relationships better in just a few simple steps?
When you feel down and out, you may be down, but you’re never out. There is still hope. Sure, you may be behind. It may be the Bottom of the 9th, but there is still a chance to turn this game around.
For all intents and purposes, January is the month for self-improvement. It’s a time to reflect, refocus, and restart.
We want to help!
There’s something that rises up in each of us. It keeps us from apologizing, admitting we’re wrong, or showing weakness. It keeps us from forgiving. It causes us to lie about our pasts, to cheat instead of lose, and to feel happy when someone else fails. It stands in the way not only of our relationships with other people, but our relationship with God.
What is this thing and how do we kill it?