I believe the blood of Jesus is one “spiritual” flag that can unite us.
“If the virus didn’t kill them, hunger would kill them. It was important for the church to ask itself how to help and find ways to do it.”
It sounds like I should already be retired by now but God still gives me the grace to be part of His story.
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… my identity is as a citizen of heaven, and every believer in every nation is a co-worker, without being limited by national and political identity.
At the tender age of 22, I found myself ushered into a version of the gospel I still find appealing.
I am committed to ongoing accompaniment and advocacy for the Asian American members and communities across our Conference: the peace of our land is dependent on the recognition of God’s imprint on each person.
In intercultural worship, we learn to choose to continue to worship God in the styles and languages of others.
… kita percaya dengan komitmen, tekad dan kerjasama kita semua bisa menghilangkan rasisme, dan menjadikan perbedaan sebagai sebuah kekayaan yang bisa gunakan bersama-sama untuk saling bertransformasi menjadi ciptaan baru / … we believe that our commitment, determination and cooperation can eliminate racism, and make diversity a treasure that can be used to transform each other into new creations.
There was nothing we could do to get out of the 4-hour traffic jam—it was a tough test for someone as impatient as me.
“I believe that the nonviolent path of Jesus goes beyond refusing to be a part of wars and violence but also to work for peace with passion and commitment.”
“God in his mercy has been present in our congregation, manifesting his power and sovereignty ….”
I sensed that this gift and prayer were aligning with something much bigger that God was already doing there.