Here are six ways to understand the grace of giving generously.
Hospitality is a popular thing these days. We are surrounded by messages and images about how to entertain well or how to throw the perfect dinner party. But what is the kind of hospitality that the Bible talks about? What does it mean to make room for outsiders?
What does it mean to have Generosity of Heart? How can we show generosity with our time, our ears, and our words?
What does it mean to practice unbelief in the presence of faith? What does it look like to acknowledge faith and trust in God, but to act without faith?
We tend to think of generosity in terms of financial offerings, but really it has a much wider definition and starts much deeper than merely being moved to charity.
Imagine for a moment a life and a world free from the finality of death. What would it feel like? How might you behave differently? What would it look like–your life, relationships, work, the sidewalks, streets, and communities around us?
Work is hard and often feels futile. Things don’t ever seem to go right. And natural disasters claim thousands of lives each year. How has sin alienated us from creation? Is there hope?
How does our alienation from God and ourselves cause us to experience alienation from each other? Is there hope for broken relationships?
What is the difference between guilt and shame? How does alienation from God cause us to become alienated from our very selves?
Sin is a word that is often misunderstood. What is the essence of sin and it’s effects in the world? Is there a cure for it?