Cindy Limbrick is redefining our connection with our neighbors at the Springs Rescue Mission. She is holding space with the homeless and using art as a way to build an amazing relationship and community. And the results are simply stunning.
The story of God can be found in the stories of His people.
I believe one of the greatest mistakes Christians have made is that we communicate as if we have exclusive access to Jesus. I want to grow in being a person who invites others, regardless of their religious identities, to come alongside me to help me to better listen to Jesus.
Imagine an event where government, church, individuals, organizations, and local businesses all collaborated to love and spoil people needing some recognition. Seems a bit far-fetched, doesn’t it? That dream was reality at Pulpit Rock Church a few weeks ago. In December, Pulpit Rock was honored to host the DHS Kinship Family Celebration.
At Pulpit Rock, we are always trying to live out the new command of Christ to love as he loved us. And we walk that out with the question: What does love require? One area that we have been far too silent on with that question is: What does love require for our church to love LGBT people?