In Matthew chapter 22, Jesus gave us the greatest commandment, to love God with all our heart, soul, and mind, and to love our neighbor as ourselves.
If we’re honest with ourselves, we often fall short of the kind of love we should express to God and to others. Let's look at Matthew chapter 22.
As followers of Jesus Christ, we’re called to honor God in every aspect of our lives, which includes every hour on the job, every paycheck we earn, and every to-do list we check off.
When we think of worship, we picture churches on Sunday mornings, with the congregation singing hymns or praise songs.
Perhaps your daily tasks seem menial in the grand scheme of things. Well, you don’t have to work in a church or a ministry to serve God!
Whether you’re a full-time professional, or a stay-at-home mom, your perspective on work matters to God! Find practical help if you’re unemployed right now, and are looking for your next assignment.
For many, work is nothing more than a means to pay the bills and put food on the table. Let's talk about your job, your vocation, and the responsibilities that fill your day.
Our parents care for us when we’re young, and then as we grow older, the roles are swapped and we end up caring for them. If you have elderly parents, you’ve probably worked hard to make sure they feel loved and cared for.
Our culture is me-centric. Focusing on what will make me more money and give me more prominence. But those who follow God are called to have a different outlook on life.
When the economy is under severe strain, and families are struggling to make ends meet, it’s tempting to focus on taking care of ourselves and overlook the needs of those around us.