It is the little things that meant the most. And it is the little things, long after the fact, that mean even more than that. [Click title to read more.]
Want to become the sort of person that people seek out? It's easier than you'd think.
Reaching Out To The Lonely
The U.K. recently appointed a "minister for loneliness" to help those struggling in isolation - but this is a problem Christians can address, too. [Click title to read more.]
We Mustn’t Mistake Money For Love
It's good to examine our giving and make sure that the act of writing a check isn't a way to shirk the emotional (and sometimes physical!) labor involved in care. [Click title to read more.]
A Few Good Ministries
I'm on a ten-day blogging break. So here's a list of ten little ministries you can engage in as the school year kicks into gear. [Click title to read more.]
The Value of Giving People Space
There is value in giving people the time and the space to work something out on their own. [Click title to read more.]
Act From Love Immediately. Postpone Actions Motivated By Anything Else.
Love immediately, and delay everything that doesn't come from love. [Click title to read more.]
Don’t Normalize Love
Little things matter. They are the heartbeat of love in daily life. [Click title to read more.]
Stop Assuming Someone Else Will Do It
To my shame, I realize that "someone else will do it" is one of my most common excuses for avoiding God's work - or, more explicitly, for avoiding the work that I'm least interested in or least motivated to do. [Click title to read more.]
Final Week of Jonathan Study Now Available!
In the end, becoming a great servant for God has more to do with consistent humility and submission in small, insignificant moments than it does with waiting for God to open some magical door to opportunity. [Click title to read more.]