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Love Does Not Demand Its Own Way

My heart is hurting, because I’ve been hearing an incredible amount of noise.

As a Christian, I am looking forward to celebrating Easter in a few days. 653 more words


Love is a Risk (communion)

Bonhoeffer speaks to Jesus’ passion and says that in all, “what is at stake for Jesus is…solely his love for real human beings” (p. 92). And because His love is what is at stake, He can “enter into the communion of their guilt”. 291 more words

1 Corinthians 13

The Last One Standing

Love never ends (vs. 8-13).

I love a good game of dodgeball. I also hate it.

I love the fact that I can actually succeed in a sport…mainly because I hang around in the back and avoid all balls like the plague. 1,137 more words


Face to Face

A remarkable event occurred recently at a wedding in England. The bridegroom, a very wealthy young man of high social standing, had been blinded by an accident at the age of ten. 388 more words


Lent: What is Love?

Rachel Held Evans wrote a thought-provoking post today over on her blog.

‘One of the most destructive mistakes we Christians make is to prioritize shared beliefs over shared relationship, which is deeply ironic considering we worship a God who would rather die than lose relationship with us.’ 440 more words

God Is Good

Proactive Love

Whenever we are walking with Christ, we strive to avoid sin to the best of our ability. There are many things that we clearly shouldn’t be doing, but there are other things that we may not immediately realize we shouldn’t be doing. 581 more words

Christian Life

1 Corinthians 13: A Still More Excellent Way (Sermon)

This is a sermon I gave at Fellowship Bible Church, in Batesville AR.

Description: In 1 Corinthians 13, Paul is trying to explain to the Corinthians church… 72 more words