You can either identify yourself as being pro-life or pro-choice. No one is usually afforded a third option— you are either for abortion or you are against it. Pro-life always means anti-abortion, but what if this isn’t all that it could mean for our Christian communities?
I have the unique privilege of leading a fourth generation family business alongside my brothers and cousin. When people ask me how we make it work, I immediately quip, “a LOT of prayer!”
Words of encouragement to teachers as they return back to school for another academic year.
From the music that softly plays in the background, to the cross hanging off of my desk light or simply from the way I handle myself around them, I don’t have to mention Jesus or God – my students and those around me just know that my faith takes precedent over everything.