It’s alarming how quickly so many are to call someone else a racist. Of course, we mustn’t shrink back from demanding justice where racism exists, but we need to remember that the enemy is not just ‘out there,’ but also IN HERE. Any time we pre-categorize people (even as a racist), we mentally assign a value to their personhood that is less than our own or someone else’s, and we are committing the same heart-sin as a racist.
Reconnecting with Jesus is the simplest thing in the world.
Maybe you’ve been away from God and find yourself with a desire to be closer with Him, but your feelings of shame are overwhelming…
For the leader, the job of asking questions is probably never done.
Leadership Lesson: Surrendering to change often IS surrendering to God.