In Matthew 5:22, Jesus seems to say that if you get angry with someone, you’re guilty of murder. Can that really be what he means? Maybe you get angry at people all the time. Does that really mean that, in some sense, you’ve murdered them?
Searching for “peace” about a decision. Listening for God’s direction. Following the leading of the Holy Spirit. Waiting for a word from the Lord. All of these and more often lead to Christian Decision Paralysis.
As parents and caregivers, we want to help our children eliminate fear and misconceptions about those who have special needs and emphasize the fact that every person deserves to be treated with kindness and respect.
The internet has affected nearly every facet of life in the western world—from how we consume art and entertainment, to how we communicate, educate, and conduct business, to the very basics of maintaining interpersonal relationships with family and friends.