Posts Categorized: Loving Others

Be The Church

You don’t have to be a long-time Christian to know what the phrase “be the Church” implies. It’s come to represent ideals of compassion, grace, and mercy. “Be the Church” isn’t simply a saying, but a verb. To be the Church is to take action for the good of others. The first generation of Christians… Read more »

Love Is For Losers

I hate love. I’m not talking about the “love” that appears around Valentine’s Day every year in the form of Hallmark cards and flower bouquets and heart-shaped boxes of candy. Or the “love” that puts butterflies in your stomach in those early days of dating and keeps you awake at night thinking about the other… Read more »