It might just be “venting” but it’s also indulging a flawed perspective.
— Frederick Keonig
Where are the Christians who are prepared to put service before security, compassion before comfort, hardship before ease? Thousands of pioneer Christian tasks are waiting to be done, which challenge our complacency and call for risk. Insistence on security is incompatible with the way of the cross…Jesus had no security except in his Father. So to follow Jesus is always to accept at least a measure of uncertainty, danger and rejection for his sake | John Stott
Justice is gathering up the love and hope we’ve been given in Jesus and giving it to those who need it most— in the form of our resources and time, our talents and strength, our words and the work of our hands.
Justice is carrying the Gospel in our literal hands to a world of people just as messed up and undeserving as us, who are made in the very image of the God to whom we pray.
Justice is a lifetime of linking arms with our Justifier, in pursuit of bringing the world to right, the way He made it to be — Whole. Full. Beautiful. Peaceful. Good.
— Soren Kierkegaard.
I’ll admit that in my cooking lifetime I’ve been known to use a few, er, creative techniques to prep my fruits and veggies. (It’s amazing I still have all my fingers!) If artichokes and pomegranates, mangos and squash get the better of your knife skills, then this post is for you. From how to peel a head of garlic in 10 seconds to how to cut a grapefruit, from the best way to dice an onion to the super easy way to peel ginger, these 20 tips and techniques will change the way you work with produce. Let the learning begin!