Jesus is the same yesterday and today and forever. Yes he is eternal, but he is the same today as he was when he walked the earth.
We as Christians are called to live behind enemy lines. We live in enemy occupied territory, but not enemy owned territory. We as the church must not become so inwardly focused that we forget our mission to walk alongside God in the expansion of his kingdom.
What does it mean for Christian communities to be campfire communities? It means we are a light in the darkness, a welcoming presence, and a signal of encouragement to our brothers and sisters.
Why is the story of the woman at the well so important? There are a number of deep theological truths to be found, but the most important is the love of Jesus. Jesus sees this woman to her depths and loves her beyond the skies.
Sowing is not always glamorous, but reaping is a partnership with the one who sowed. We are not in competition, but a partnership for the kingdom of God. We rejoice together, both those who sow and those who reap.
Jesus said his food is to do the will of God. It is obvious what food is for people, but what does this tell us about God's will in our lives?
What is the joy of our salvation and what does it mean for us as believers?