When it comes to guilt, many of us naturally lean in one of two ways: we wallow in it by reliving the past, or we deny it by making excuses. In either instance, guilt is causing us to be out of balance. The apostle Paul reminds us that, because of Jesus, guilt is not the boss of us.
You're Not the Boss of Me
June 9, 2019 • Andy Stanley
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Be Rich • November 10, 2019 • Danielle Strickland
If we’re honest, many of us often serve in order to prove something to ourselves or other people, or we may serve out of a motivation simply to please ourselves or others. But to serve without insecurity or arrogance, we must first understand our identity and purpose.
Better Done Than Said
Be Rich • November 3, 2019 • Andy Stanley
To the apostle John, following Jesus and being compassionate were practically synonymous. This is particularly true when it comes to our money and other resources. As Christians, we look for ways to do for others what in that moment they can't do for themselves.