Loving through our differences at Thanksgiving
Especially as we come together with friends and family during the holidays, we can find ourselves so easily divided by differences.
But we can overcome our differences by focusing on what we have in common and loving our neighbors the way Jesus showed us, both here and across the globe.
This Thanksgiving, Rich Stearns encourages us to pray for those—like refugees—who don’t have the homes, food, and family we celebrate today.
When Reneé and I get all our grown children and their spouses and children around the table for Thanksgiving, which isn’t often, it gets a little complicated. We’ve got five carnivores, three vegetarians, three vegans, one gluten-free eater, and a child with a peanut allergy. So some people can’t eat the turkey. Others take a pass on the stuffing and rolls.