Everybody Always: Don’t Play It Safe

God expects we will use what he has given us to love others and serve him. It is not about the amount of return that matters; it’s about the amount of effort. Often, the number one reason we don’t want to take a risk is our past failures. Our past failures make us want to […]

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Jesus looked at people for what they could be, not what they had been previously. Are we willing to look at people the way Jesus did? To love “everybody always,” you have to be willing to see the world through other people’s eyes and imagine what it’s like to stand in their shoes. This will […]

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