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The ONE Question God Won't Stop Asking

When I think “beautiful”, my mind naturally goes to two things: babies and beaches. Babies I get to experience on a regular basis through my non-profit. Beaches I rarely see but I remember. Sunsets, white sands, clear waters. Take note: when I do go on my ultimate vacation, rest assured I will be on or near a beach. But beaches, no matter how beautiful, get debris. Trash is left behind or washed up on the shore, dulling the shine of an amazing day in the sand. If not for the effort of those who work to keep them clean, even the most stunning coastlines would become hazardous and dangerous to tread.

Somebody has to walk the beach. Somebody has to keep it clean.

Follow God’s example, therefore, as dearly loved children and walk in the way of love, just as Christ loved us and gave himself up for us as a fragrant offering and sacrifice to God. ~Ephesians 5:1-2 (NIV)

Despite the innumerable complexities of God, when it comes to how He desires to exist in our lives the Father is only asking ONE thing…

Will you walk with me? Will you walk in the way of love?


Jesus, our savior. Our friend.

He stepped down from Heaven to inhabit an earthly body.

His holy feet walked into a temple at age 12 to teach . They tread the same dirt and sand and grass and mud as ours for 33 years.

He walked into the Upper Room knowing it would be His last meal,

walked into the garden of Gethsemane and prayed until his sweat became drops of blood.

And like a lamb led to slaughter,

He walked up a hill called “Golgatha” to his impending death.

But He also walked out of a tomb.

Jesus is LOVE walking.

And like Jesus, the question is not whether we will walk the earth. He did. We do.

The question is HOW will we walk the earth?

God is a God of community. He empowers us to help someone who needs it. We should never leave our responsibilities for someone else to fix. Romans 12:1 te