From Android date usage to miniature horses flying on airplanes, I think I got everything you need in this week’s Snack Pack.
The other day someone asked something like, “I know I don’t have the same political views as you, but could you pray for me?” As if their political beliefs would somehow change something for me, or for anyone. It broke me. When did politics get in the way of loving our neighbors? What place do politics have in the Church? These are some of the questions I began asking myself, ones that I hope to answer today.
Happy Friday ChurchMag Fam! Hope you find something “appetizing” here.
In the video below John Green asks,
Can you be a Christian without damning those who aren’t?
It’s not a question that we as Christians should ask ourselves, it’s a question that we need to ask ourselves daily.
Here I am wishing I could buy you all an ice cream cone but all I’ve got is this Snack Pack; my virtual ice cream cone to you.
With so many social media platforms, there are plenty of places where people can say whatever they want to say. They can talk about their life, they can vent, they can celebrate— put simply, they can share their opinions, about anything. And the same goes for the people reading the opinions of others; they can respond with whatever they want to. The problem is when this interaction is negative, or hurtful.