In Exodus 24, the Israelites may not have agreed on the details, but they chose to agree on one basic thing: obedience.
We need men and women who are one in spirit and who share our vision and mission.
Our Philippines office used to play a unique game of volleyball. But, it wasn’t a ball they would toss to one another – it was blame!
“One” means solitary, yet in contrast, “being one” means united in purpose. Individuality gives us an identity, but identifying to a common purpose takes extra effort, sacrificing individual identity to work toward common good.
What does it mean to have a critical spirit? How is a critical spirit different from a critical mind? How do we develop a criticism that doesn’t judge but strengthens instead?
What is preventing you from being real in all of your relationships? Have you been wasting time looking at the lepers hearts in others while forgetting the leprous heart inside yourself?
The Director of our Child Sponsorship Program, Emily Sarmiento, explains how to live out love in devotion to one another and the important role that loving one another “on purpose” plays in building unity in our personal and corporate relationships.
Oneness is a blessing in itself, but Christian oneness has the higher purpose that Jesus prayed for — “that the world may believe.”
Haiti, which is still digging out from the catastrophic earthquake that struck in January, did not qualify for the 2010 World Cup. But the Haitian people badly need a team to root for to lift their spirits, and most are cheering for the powerful Brazilian team.