Is the eternal life of the Gospel a life of balance? Does love need to be balanced by hate? Does good need to be balanced by evil?
Love is the goal, and without love, nothing Christians do has value. How does that posture affect our reading of scripture?
What does it mean to walk in the light, according to the author of 1 John? There’s more going on there than conservative purity culture tends to claim.
Let’s consider Romans 13:8-10 and what we can learn about love, laws and commands, and even governing authorities.
What are “safe spaces,” and what are some of the challenges of creating them? Let’s talk about safe spaces, shame, fear, and empowerment.
Loving ourselves is part of the second greatest commandment: love your neighbor as yourself (Matthew 22:39). What can we learn from New Testament about loving ourselves?
New Year’s Resolutions are often about wanting to be better. What can we learn from Luke 18 about being better, love, and setting New Year’s Resolutions?
Overcoming evil with good is a well-known concept. What does Paul have to say about it in Romans 12:9-21?
Once the choice to love has been made, once we say to ourselves, “I am going to love this person or these people,” love begins to make demands.
How do sadness and anger fit into being a Spirit-filled disciple of Christ who leans into God for all things and finds strength and joy in the Lord and rejoices in suffering?