• Steven Marsh

Real Hope…Real Life

Jesus did not invite humanity to join a new religion, but to life. Our culture is rapidly changing. And change sparks division. Division fosters dichotomies. Dichotomies polarize as we lay claim to our positions. Division has a purpose and as followers of Jesus Christ we need to embrace it and work for restoration (peace and unity). Christians have a responsibility to embrace the great divides that exist in our society and work for restoration (peace and unity): immigration; marriage equality; health care; and the role of government to name a few. In Jesus, there is real hope for real life. Restoration (peace and unity) is possible when division is authentically and honestly embraced; when relationships matter most; with Jesus, the other and one another. Then we are remembering, telling and living the way of Jesus.

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