I realized it wasn’t my responsibility to find God’s will. Rather, God would lovingly bring me to it.
After a death occurs, there are no perfect words. Perhaps the most loving response is a willingness to linger with our bereaved friend beside their loss.
If only I had known how my choices would affect my life and my relationships.
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I love the intentionality that comes with Lent, because I have to pay closer attention to my diet, or my time, or my money, and consider how they all can bring glory to God.
The reason we must speak up is because God commands it — but also, our world needs it. Imagine if Bryan Stevenson had stayed quiet, or William Wilberforce or Dietrich Bonhoeffer.
Do something. Tell the world that every life – born, unborn, mother, father, child – matters. Then show them that they matter to you.
There are benefits to short periods of solitude. But what about those longer stretches — the ones you normally don’t choose for yourself?
I was still spinning in this new experience, grappling for signs of what I was supposed to do next. “I feel like I don’t have a map.”
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