In 1 Corinthians 9:19-23, the Apostle Paul talks about being “all things to all people.” In the rest of the passage, he talks about different groups with whom he demonstrates this. While that passage is not an exhaustive guide to ministry, it provides significant insights into how to reach people for Jesus.
Based on studying this passage, and thinking of this in the ministry context of the Bible, I have five reflections over the past few weeks on what it is to be “all things to all people.”
Everyone loves love. But not everyone agrees on what love is. Much of society associates love with tolerance and acceptance. And while we can agree that love is good, truly having love for people is […]
The past week has been a circus with allegations of past sexual abuse levied against Supreme Corut nominee Brett Kavanaugh.
I don’t know what this man has or hasn’t done.
I do believe people are fundamentally innocent until proven guilty and that there needs to be evidence.
Some of the moves that the democrats in congress have taken in this process do make it seem like a bunch of political posturing (for instance, them sitting on Dr. Ford’s allegations for weeks and not revealing them until right before a vote. Was that out of their sincere concern for Dr. Ford and desire for her to be heard? Seems like they were very deliberate with that timing).
The whole situation is immensely complicated.