If we want to manifest Christ's love, then we need to take his instructions to feed the hungry seriously.
We need to believe everyone's spiritual potential. Only God knows how the story ends.
When you look through God’s eyes, you see people for who they could become. Then you get to join him in redeeming the world.
People around you are spiritually lost, separated from their Heavenly Father. They don't know how to get home, but you can help.
A small film crew set out to interview 300 people about faith, fear, and whether or not Canada is ready for the Gospel. Over 14,000km later, they had an answer.
Sharing your faith doesn’t have to be hard work. Sometimes all you need to get started is to do something fun. Reaching out can be as simple as saying, “Yes”.
God can use you right where you are. The little boy who brought his loaves and fishes to Jesus wasn’t extraordinary, but God used him to work a miracle.
People want to see the scars and the wrinkles, not a façade. We don't need to have it all together to share Christ. Being authentic goes a long way.
We live in a world that encourages us to pretend. We don’t want people to think we’re a mess so we keep things hidden. But Jesus comes alongside us without condemning us. We can offer that same gifts to others.
When I get to heaven, I imagine Jesus pressing "play" on the highlight reel of my life. The dots will align. Intricately woven plot lines will merge into one story — God's story of how he used me for his glory. What joy!
It feels safer to keep our eyes focused on ourselves and on other Christians, but that's not how Jesus sees.
I’d much rather be entertained than be confronted by the pain of this world.
"Break my heart for what breaks Yours." Have you sung that lately? What if God answered that prayer?
Who is God calling you to come alongside of?
If we only spend time with those who are similar to us and don't make us feel uncomfortable, are we truly being the hands and feet of Christ?