Posts in Culture
Examining the Coexist Culture

Our neighbors are the very people practicing the religions listed on the Coexist bumper sticker. We are called to love them, and with love, there is no room for hate, bigotry, or pride.  If we do not first point our hearts and minds toward loving God and others, we won’t honor God and our message will return void. 


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In a Funk

Cultivating a habit of discipline is necessary for achieving goals and seeing all that God has for us. Discipline is not like legalism that makes life small, but it’s a habit that makes life big. Discipline is the mark of true maturity. 

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What Breaks Your Heart

Imagine if we took action upon what makes our heart ache? How many lives could we impact or change for the better? Finding and cultivating your purpose in life is an intimate walk with God, filled with prayer and a lot of faith. We all have to be fearless to ask God for what our minds consider impossible. 

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You Are What You Eat

There is nothing more powerful than seeing women around you embracing who they are and becoming the healthiest versions of themselves! If each of us could be more concerned with creating healthy lifestyles that glorify the Lord and less concerned with the newest diet, we could all be well on our way to unstoppable. 

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Reviving Kindness in a Defensive Culture

We don’t have to shout the loudest or cause the biggest riot in order to bring people to Jesus, His whisper is loud enough to carry across every screaming voice. We don’t need to bring another argument, we just need to bring the presence of God. That is how revival happens. That is how we change the world. Not with a megaphone, but with intentional acts of unconditional kindness.

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Church's Response to Civil Rights Revival

This lack of reconciliation comes from an unfinished work. Prejudice and racism did not end with the conclusion of slavery. Not with Brown vs. the Board of Education. Not with the Civil Rights Movement. White and black brothers and sisters in Christ sit in the pews next to each other in church, but are too often strangers outside of it.

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