We live in a dark world, but that path doesn’t need to lead us into darkness. God provides a way for us to walk in the light.
We need fathers to realize that responsibility does not end at conception. We need them to realize that what makes you a man is not the ability to have a child — it’s the courage to raise one.
Human beings are biased. We can’t help it. There are several things that contribute to this. Our upbringing and the information that we are taught by our environment contributes to our bias. Some cultures are based on class systems and unfortunately, it is normal in those cultures to teach people to judge others based on the classes they fall into. You may come from a culture like that. Some of you may experience bias and prejudice regularly in your daily life. People might judge you based on the country you are from or the color of your skin. Bias is but one way that sin manifests itself in the world today.
Red vs Blue.
Divisions by race, gender, education, or vaccination status. Are you in my tribe, or are you against me. This is no way to live.
The biggest factors that determine how we answer this question can change, if you really want them to.
In spite of our imperfection, in spite of our sin, God loves us and our testimony to the world is of confident adopted children who should never doubt the continuing, never finishing love of our Heavenly Father. We live as those who are loved by the one who understands who we are at a deeper level than any human ever can.
We are “salt and light” and that doesn’t happen with our votes or with our likes, it happens with our hands, our feet and our voices.
James was the half-brother of Jesus. Jesus was his brother, but He became his savior.
The Bible is filled with passages talking about the joy that fills Christian’s lives, but why are so many on empty?
Mental health problems are common, but some people still hesitate to get the help they need.