He did it with a manger. He did it with loaves and fish. He did it with mud. He did it with two pieces of wood. He did it with a grave. And He does it with us.
Our obligation to speak with grace and truth is NOT negated by political, moral, or even theological differences.
Experiencing God’s work in our lives happens when we submit to the process instead of seeking the moment.
Grace demands that I put Christ first, others before myself, and nothing between my hearers and the Gospel.
When a pastor’s style becomes more important than his substance.
Even when we do not see results let’s not underestimate the potential of our simple, yet sincere witness to the Gospel of Jesus.