“Christian hospitality does not require opulence or excess. It does not require a great home or an address that reflects a ‘perfect’ or ‘successful’ life. To be fair, it doesn’t really require a home at all.”
“Heaven will be happier over one lost sinner who returns to God than over ninety-nine others who haven’t strayed away!”
“It is love, not hate, that is the way to spiritual growth, Mr. Galli. To suggest otherwise is contrary to the teachings of Jesus.”
“Our faith, love for God, and love for one another collided, deepening our love in a way that we had never felt before – and giving us a reservoir of strength to draw on that often felt not of this world.”
Love is the signature of God that He has written across our hearts.
The early Christians were an Easter People. In the darkest hours before the dawn following Christ’s crucifixion, they did not lose faith in Jesus – nor in His promise that He would return.
The beauty of our humanity lies in our capacity to hear God’s voice and act upon it.