This week we focus on the types of speech that are not as loud or abrasive but still have ways of making people feel horrible.
Mother knows best, but sometimes she says it in a way that is tough to take. Where is the boundary between giving sound advice and putting others down?
They often say that actions speak louder than words, but the things we say can reveal a great deal about our character and how we feel about others.
In a world where people “want it all,” we as Christians proclaim that “Jesus is enough.” He offers us the essentials of what we need in life, and provides us a way to be unified in the midst of our diversity.
Peter is asked by Jesus this haunting phrase, which doesn’t seem hard to understand, but can be hard to swallow. God has shown His love; what’s our response?
Jesus makes a strange statement about people that call Him Lord, but He may not mean it or He may not believe it. How can we know for sure?
Many people have tried to predict that day or hour and all have failed. Some see the news and the scriptures like tea leaves and miss God’s call entirely.
What is Jesus talking about? I thought we are supposed to turn cheeks and love enemies, not buy swords and harm them. That can’t be what Jesus is saying, can it?