Let’s face it: we’re grounded We can’t see our friends, go to the movies, sit in a restaurant, or even go to work. Some of us, also have school work to do; or worst, make our kids do. So what do you do when you’re grounded? What should be our response during this strange and unprecedented time? That’s what we’re talking about for the 3 weeks. How to be grounded?
There has never been an Easter like it A group of women hurried through the rough roads of Jerusalem. Dodging night patrols, they made their way to edge of the city, where Jesus had been buried 3 days earlier. What they found, changed the world and is changing ours.
All conflict ends in peace, but what kind of peace? Either it ends in the peace of absence (absence of disagreement or hostility) or the peace of abundance (the presence of unity, joy and love). For a lot of us conflict ends in the peace of absence. But for having couples conflict ends in intimacy, understanding and closeness. How do they do it? And how can we?
Let me ask you this: have you ever felt afraid? Ok, let me ask you this: have you ever been in love? They felt totally different and yet according to Bible these two feelings are completely intwined. THey’re locked in an epic battle. For fear to die – love has to win. But how does that happen? How does someone go from fear-based to love based? How do we have less fear and more love? The solution might be simpler…