“We Are Just Too Busy.”
On one of my first trips to the Asia-Pacific Region, I had the opportunity to preach in chapel at Asia-Pacific Nazarene Theological Seminary.
It was the phone call no one wants to receive. The words I heard hit me like a sucker punch: “Your father has suffered a stroke.”
The dreaded “sex talk.” I think this is a right of passage for every person who dares to embark on the journey of parenting.
The measure of love is its capacity to coexist within the context of diversity.
Resisting the temptation to prioritize personal preferences over those that benefit others is essential to overcoming selfishness in our lives and in the church.
Pastors need congregations to acknowledge their hard work—but lay leaders need pastors to return the favor.
What do you do for a living? I am project manager for a power and energy company. We provide electrical power for South Africa.
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