As we prepare for Easter, reflect on these lessons on love and humility from the Last Supper. Acts of service require that we get up from the table. Service begins with a willingness to stop what we may be doing in order to serve others. Are we willing?
Because love is hard and love is necessary. Like oxygen, we can’t live without it.
Because love is where life is lived, salvation worked out, and victory won.
Because loving God and loving one another is the one foundation we cannot do without.
Don’t reduce discipleship to a dry concept stuffed tight with information that withers unused on the back shelves of our lives.
There is life to be lived well in the reality of being a disciple. God wants to teach and train us how to live and love with joy and authenticity.
In honor of meeting lots of new writer friends, I wanted to share one of my favorite fun posts. At the end of this post you will find links to a few of my most popular devotional posts, which make up the bulk of this blog. The Bible is full…
Selfishness can be an uncomfortable topic. We want to think we are better than the pettiness of selfish actions and attitudes. It’s so easy to point the finger at others when we start chatting about selfishness, right? Yesterday I realized things I was upset about really came down to…being too caught…
How would our homes, families, and communities be different if we responded with gentle grace when others stomp on our last nerve? How could relationships grow if we get involved with humility, coming alongside to help, rather than looking down the nose and pointing the finger with judgment and a lecture?