From the story of Esther, a biblical queen to Meghan, the modern princess, how will you seek to love across cultural boundaries?
Category: Church Diversity
It’s time to begin the conversation!
In the aftermath of Charlottesville, If ever a pastor had a reason to bring their congregation into discomfort, it was this morning. If ever there was a moment to follow Christ, it was today.
“God use me to open the hearts of your people and the doors of this church. Amen.”
How will you begin to welcome the stranger to share the Gospel and love of Christ?
Church communities are changing their ways. What’s the best way to discover it? Read on…
The division in our nation is national news. As we gather in the comfort of pews in the coming months, some joyfully breathe a sigh of relief and some fear for what’s ahead. We continue to hear our world in terms of us and them. What is next for our nation? As people of God,
“Love is in the air In the whisper of the tree Love is in the air In the thunder of the sea And I don’t know if I’m just dreaming Don’t know if I feel safe But it’s something that I must believe in And it’s there when you call out my name” The