We all want to live life in the deep end—taking big risks and embracing adventure. But when things don't go as planned, the allure of the shallows is almost too much to resist. Will we go back to what's familiar, or dive deeper into the unknown?
When we hear good news, we lean in and hope it’s true—even before believing it. So if the message of Christianity is supposedly good, why don’t more people lean in? Perhaps we need to take a fresh look at this good news to see if our current version is in line with the original one.
Many times we give money in response to a felt need or in response to a tragedy—it’s emotional and the results are measurable. But in addition to that, what would it look like to become someone who was not only an intervention giver, but a prevention giver?
Andy Stanley, Danielle Strickland, and Tensley Almand
Imagine a world where people skeptical of what we believe are envious of how well we treat each other and amazed at how well we treat them. It starts with us learning to Be Rich with our resources, time, and effort. After all, everybody matters to God, whether God matters to them or not.