Love is free and it multiplies the more you share it. It doesn’t run out unless you squander it or measure it. Love doesn’t say, “You’re perfect just the way you are,” but rather “I love you and...
“I love your new SUV!” “I love this restaurant!” “I love that movie’s soundtrack.” Countless times, I have expressed these types of sentiments. Perhaps in my eagerness to describe a sincere...
The holidays can be a challenge for many of us. Here are three things that we can do to give thanks when we struggle to find the words.
Have you heard or seen the Broadway hit, Hamilton? Do you find yourself suddenly caring about history again? Perhaps Hamilton has something to teach Christians about how to view and approach the scriptures.
God has given us a natural capacity for desire, meant to be directed toward Him. But is it possible that this "holy longing" might be directed toward the wrong ends?
Disney movies aren't just for kids. In fact, the way we watch them as grown-ups may even have something to teach us about how we approach faith in Christ as well.
Why is it that sometimes we feel that only those with "extraordinary stories" are worth hearing? Might it be that all stories have equal worth?
As human beings, we are made to be lovers; we can't help but love. But WHAT do we love as ultimate? Is it the Lord, or something else?
Sometimes we meet people who are difficult to love, but the beauty of art is that we get practice caring for people with whom we might not normally associate.
We tend to think that we create spaces to express ourselves, but what if the spaces we create actually are more formative on us?
Love is learned through sharing in one another's joys, sorrows, and loves. The question is: what do we love?
No matter how many of the same books or movies you have in common with someone, it doesn’t mean they will be willing to lay down their life for you. Or you for them.
I’m not going to like everyone, and honestly, that’s not my goal. I’m working to love everyone.
In the wake of violence and the terror of life, it's hard to be anything but afraid. But the Kingdom of God and Jesus Christ give us hope that all will be well.
I hesitate to tell my male friends that I love them, not because I don’t, but because the idea that love is almost exclusively romantic is so ingrained in us I worry that what I’m expressing could be misconstrued.
This Sunday, Christ invites us to love Him for Who He is. But are we too attached to lesser loves?
I know of no one who has done more for humanity than Jesus. In fact, there is nothing wrong with Christianity . . . The trouble is with you Christians. You do not begin to live up to your...
I didn't draw attention to the matter particularly. If you make someone actually aware of his fault, this provokes a reaction in him that makes him unable to give it up later . . . And so,...