Well... my house is still standing after yesterday’s post which is always a good sign.
My heart was stirring because i know people who live like they love Jesus and do as the Bible says.
The kind of people who cut your grass the day after you get the keys to your house because the city of Dearborn issued you a long grass citation.
Or the friends who believe that we should love everywhere we go, who as we get older knows everyday matters to the Kingdom.
To church planters who don’t want church as usual, and they are changing the way church is lived.
The T-shirt people who help people raise money
The friend i have that hates sex trafficking and spends hours collecting items that an organization needs and enlists her friends.
The people who know that no baby is a mistake and helps with all the resources for moms and adoptive parents.
The people who show up every month that cloth and feed the homeless.
The Pastors who are humble and loving
The woman who wanted to send 100 dresses and has sent maybe millions around the world and built schools, fed so many....
The mommas and daddy’s raising their children to love fierce just like Jesus loves them.
The people who open affordable childcare/schools for families who need that resource.
The gmas and gpas who help raise families
The encouragers, the worship leaders who bring us closer to God.
The faithful who feed the elderly once a month for years
The ones who love teenagers and kids
The friends who are right there when something breaks.
You see there are good and bad in any “religion” we cannot judge all the good by a few bad.
We shouldn’t follow blindly because we go a church or someone claims to be a Christian, we should do our own research.
I still stand by what i say, i know plenty of Muslims who are kind, leaders, and will be great representatives of “we the People”. I still stand by the fact that as Christians we’ve got some work to do.
And i hope we can all do it together, humbly.