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There's a wonderful story about a Chicago bank that once asked for a letter of recommendation on a young Bostonian being considered for employment. ...
Anyone can love the ideal church. The challenge is to love the real church.
Tell me if you think [this] a vain subtlety. I am beginning to feel that we need a preliminary act of submission not only towards possible future afflictions ...
God does not make clones; each person is different, a tribute to God's creativity. If we are to love our neighbors as ourselves, we must accept people ...
Meeting the emotional needs of people comes first. They want to know, "Do you like me?" and "Can I find a place here?"
The longer people have been Christians, the longer they've been on the inside, the easier it is to become exclusive.
Home is the place where,
When you have to go there,
They have to take you in.
There is no life so humble that, if it be true and genuinely human and obedient to God, it cannot reflect his light. There is no life so meager that the ...
We have the nicest garbage man.
He empties out our garbage can.
He's just as nice as he can be.
He always stops and talks to me.
My mother doesn't ...
Differences are not meant to separate us but to draw us together.
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