Posts tagged Loving one another
Speaking Words of Love, Light, and Life with Each Other

The wise are prudent and humble, but the wicked must always be the center of attention. As face-to-face interaction and phone calls become less common, it is especially important to be careful with how we convey our thoughts. What does the Bible have to say about our communication with each other?

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Are Short-Term Friendships Worth the Investment?

There are times in life when you may have to decide if you’re going to invest in a friendship or if you’re going to let the opportunity (and effort it takes) pass you by. We all have a limited amount of time and can therefore only keep up a select number of relationships well. Are short-term friendships worth the investment?

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Depression and the Need for Community: 6 Practical Ways to Help

Depression hides itself behind circumstances and experiences. It can mask itself as anger or stress or grief. It remains in the shadows until it's become such a part of us, we don't remember when we didn't feel that way. Here are six practical ways the church community can carry those with depression through the darkness until the sun shines again.

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The Absurd Way to Build Real Community

How often do you “like” someone’s Facebook post because you don’t want to be the friend who didn’t like it? Would Jesus do that? We want communities and relationships that are healthy, joyful, full of peace and love, and most of all real. Here's why the Bible's view of service—which seems absurd to worldly thinking—is the best way to build community and strengthen relationships.

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