On Thursday afternoon, December 1, 1955, Rosa Parks, a tailor’s assistant, refused to vacate her seat in the white section of a city bus because her neck and shoulder were sore and was arrested by local authorities in Montgomery, Alabama. The next day, many of the city’s black ministers including Ralph D. Abernathy arranged to gather … More Love Together: The Power of Us
In the Gospel of Luke, Chapter 10, verses 25-37, Jesus engages a superstar in the religious world in a dialogue. The man asks Jesus the requirements for “inheriting eternal life.” Jesus points him to the Word, asking him what it says. The religious guy fuses Deuteronomy 6:5 to Leviticus 19:18, answering: “‘Love the Lord your God with … More Love Your Neighbor: The Story of the Good Suburbanite
As you practice, so you play. This is an age old sports dictum that applies to every part of our lives. It says to us that the way we learn and do things over and over again in preparation determines what we do when the moment arrives and the heat is on. The saying is … More Love flows. Do you?