Tag: love

Intimacy With God…and Yet

C.S. Lewis is certainly not the final word, nor even always the best word, but he is a very good starting word for important conversations, including conversations on  having intimacy with God. Lewis starts this conversation when he says, here is the kind of God most of us would prefer: “An ‘impersonal God’-well and good. […]

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The Art of Loving Others

Five Ways You Can Make a Difference Today People. Life is about people. The Christian faith is about loving God and loving others. Life is essentially relational in makeup. I am just back from overseas. I read a lot on planes. I picked up a book, The Art of People by Dave Kerpen, that looked […]

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No Service of Love is Ever Wasted

Hey Living Word: A HUGE and HEARTFELT thank you for your great generosity in our Christmas: It’s Not About Us outreach. I think things filled up faster than ever. I love the spirit of kindness, generosity, and service God is lavishing upon us, and doing so through you. During our Generosity series, a friend sent […]

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Who Do You Love?

This is a follow up post from last week’s post on LOVE. On this question, Christianity gets REALLY radical. I must write a little longer today to unpack this, but I think you will find it worth a few extra minutes. Love your TRIBE. Just about everyone in the world will be able to love […]

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Love Is…

“Love makes the world go round.” 1961 Broadway musical, Carnival “Love is all you need.” The Beatles (who ironically had quite a bit of difficulty loving one another) Without love, I am nothing.  (The Apostle Paul in 1 Corinthians 13:1-3) Now abide faith, hope, and love. But the greatest of these is love. (Paul in […]

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