“Someone once said that ‘a community is where the person you like least always is.’ When you think about it, the early church was comprised of individuals, Jews and Gentiles, that despised each other. Yet they found themselves in the same fellowship purely because of the cross. But in the American church, we want to build our communities around everything except the cross. We’re more
“Real Christian unity isn’t driven by ‘sameness’. You know...‘we all like the same stuff, we all like the same color, we all wear the same clothes, we all watch the same movies, we all have the same politics’. That’s not us...because anybody can be united when they agree on everything. Our unity is based on sacrificial love...the love of Jesus, and the love He calls
"A divided country needs a united church." ~ Ed Stetzer
Can we really live free from racial oppression?