In the Easter story, we recognize that we share in the mission of Jesus Christ.
God’s grace will always triumph over sin.
It’s the very triviality of benefit and the amount of effort required that makes foot washing so special.
When do we wash our hands of our power to change the course of events?
We don’t have to wait for a near-death experience to reform our lives!
When we’re brave enough to examine our shadows, we rob the darkness of its power.
Advice on how to be an evangelizer, reconciler, and dialogue partner: simply treat people as Jesus treated the woman at the well.
We can’t stay on the mountaintop. The work of our redemption is ongoing.
I have yet to meet somebody that chocolate is the thing that is keeping them back from their relationship with God!
Will this matter in a million years? If not, why worry about it now?
To turn the other cheek is an invitation to look the other person in the eye, to give them the benefit of the doubt.