Let’s work for peace in our families, our neighborhoods, our workplaces. Be willing to have lunch or coffee with someone from the other side of the aisle. You don’t need to talk politics. In fact, it might be best if you don’t. Instead, get to know other people as people. Talk about their hobbies, their families, the music they like, and their favorite hot drinks. Ask about their first cars. If you want to go deeper, ask them what they care about, what keeps them up at night, what difference they’d like to make in the world.
More than a month ago, I noted that Mark Roberts was blogging the controversy surrounding the TNIV Bible. After writing only twenty-three posts on the topic, Mark is finished. Grab a mug of your favorite hot drink and settle down for some good reading.
My free TNIV Bible came in the mail yesterday, just a few days after Rolling Stone ran Zondervan’s ad for it.
Here’s an excerpt:
For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life. For God did not send his Son into the world to condemn the world, but to save the world through him. John 3:16-17 TNIB