Valentine’s Day is a great time to talk about love and relationships. Take part in Cru’s #LovedEnough challenge by posting a graphic, answering the question and ask your friends for their answer. As your friends comment, look for opportunities to start deeper conversations with them.
Since God loves us, we can live and love differently through the strength He gives. Posting and engaging with these questions is an easy way to start conversations with those in your life who have not yet fully experienced the #lovedenough kind of love God has to offer.
Pray God will do a work in their heart. Seek opportunities to understand where they are at spiritually so you can share the love of Christ with them.
To learn more about this challenge, read our #lovedenough article and the action steps below.
#LovedEnough ACTION STEPS:
The controversy of resolutions, what the Bible says about them, and how conversations about them can lead to the gospel.
When your son or daughter struggles with addiction, mental illness, self-injury, an eating disorder, suicidal thoughts, same-sex attraction, is incarcerated or has other issues, this day is going to be difficult for you.
As the New Year begins, I have been thinking about how we are reminded to take off our old selves and clothe ourselves in our true identity in Christ. We are invited to put on our new identity and then to clothe ourselves with things that suit our new identity, such as compassion, kindness, humility, gentleness and patience.
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