One of the principle rules of religion is to lose no occasion of serving God. And since [God] is invisible to our eyes, we are to serve [God] in our neighbor, which [the Lord] receives as if done to [Godself] in person, standing visibly before us.
Finding Unity in Diversity
How Christians can build our lives on God’s truth—even when we disagree
By Fred Miller
Read articles from our most recent Fall 2014 issue of In Part magazine!
12.23.14 · Ever wondered . . . what’s application?
12.22.14 · Finding Unity in Diversity
12.22.14 · Heritage & Horizons
12.22.14 · Barriers to truth
07.28.14 · Ever wondered . . . what’s community?
07.28.14 · FOCUS
07.28.14 · The United States of isolation
07.28.14 · The beauty in the mess
07.25.14 · The mosaic of us
07.24.14 · Multiplicación
Quote of the day
John Wesley, (1703–1791), Anglican cleric, Christian theologian, founder of the Methodist movement