by Lance Cashion
“Whenever the status quo is threatened by an outsider, the insiders fight back. If you are doing things right – if you are upsetting the status quo – you will be criticized … They will call you names, denigrate, and put up barriers.”
– Seth Godin –
posts from the revolution
Where does the ‘Justice Impulse’ come from? We’ve all experienced some form of injustice in life or at least witnessed it. Something from deep within cries out, “That is wrong!”
In early February of 2014, I heard that world renown preacher, philosopher, author and Christian apologist Dr. Ravi Zacharias would be coming to a church in Fort Worth to speak. I’ll call him ‘Ravi’ because his ministry has been a part of my life since around 2009
I have learned that beauty is rooted in ultimate reality and an artist’s personality is the prism through which we see that reality. The beauty we enjoy points to something else.
You’ve probably noticed the phrase ‘Supply Chain’ mentioned more and more by the media and government officials. The supply chain starts where a product is sourced like a farm or manufacturer. Those goods make their way to distribution centers and then onto the shelves of neighborhood stores where you and I can purchase them.
Biblical faith has always been active, outward-bound and other-focused by serving others. We are called to be the church without walls. That was God’s original intent when He designed how His people who go about His business across the globe throughout history. His command has always been ‘Go’.
As Local Outreach Pastor during the COVID19 pandemic, the church is faced with new challenges when it comes to connecting and serving people. . Think about the elderly widow who is isolated but she has a smart phone. She may not be aware of the capabilities at her fingertips. The objective is to help you help others connect face to face using technology.
Will you allow the culture to define who you are as a man?
“When the whole world is running towards a cliff, he who is running in the opposite direction appears to have lost his mind.”
– C.S. Lewis –
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