I’m not saying we should stop going to church. My warning is for people like me: the citizens of Bubbleville who may need to break out and meet new people.
A few months ago, my pastor friend invited me to a 12-session Bible study on the topic of evangelism. “Thanks, but no thanks,” was what I wanted to say.
God was addressing the very thing that was wrong with my heart. I was pandering to the world’s “friendship” at the expense of my relationship with God.
Misunderstandings of where our moral decisions come from happen all the time. Are there ways to model our convictions that can prevent these misconceptions?
I may not always be there the moment someone decides to follow Christ, but that doesn’t mean that my witness isn’t making a difference.
This is a story about one of the rudest things I’ve ever said to anyone. I was 21 years old and working at a large clinic where I was on a team of college-aged students who did things like transport patients to the hospital, pick up blood samples, and …
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