Love Like Giants Purpose and Beliefs, News and Projects

Archives Love is patient and kind. Love is not jealous or boastful or proud or rude. It does not demand its own way. It is not irritable, and it keeps no record of being wronged. It does not rejoice about injustice but rejoices whenever the truth wins out. Love never gives up, never loses faith, is always hopeful, and endures through every circumstance.

-1 Corinthians 13:4-7 New Living Translation (NLT)

Love Like Giants Purpose and Beliefs

The purpose of "Love Like Giants" is to encourage others in doing Christ inspired Love at home, with family, at work and in the community. We accomplish this by doing Love as we are directed by the Holy Spirit, with articles, projects directed at intentionally “doing” love, music, performance and artistic expression, education and training.  

We believe that when people earnestly and intentionally seek Love, far reaching and lasting positive change is a natural consequence, both for the practitioners of Love and those around them. With perfect Love, Christ is revealed to the "doer" and every witness to it. 

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News and Projects

January 31, 2015; Love is our Mission

Our faith is evidenced by our loving one another as Christ Loved us; this is the purpose and mission of Love Like Giants.

January 30, 2015; If your Soapbox isn't one of Loving Thy Neighbor, please leave Jesus out of it

It's worthwhile to get behind a cause or stand up publicly for something we believe in. However,  we can fall prey to representing our personal ideals as being "Christian" rather than allowing God's word to be our authority. If we are walking in faith, our most important mission is to attract people to faith. Anger, bigotry and religion flavored digs contradict the message of the gospel.  So, if you have a soapbox, and it isn't one of Loving thy Neighbor, please leave Jesus out of it. 

January 28, 2015; Leaders 

An honest thirty-day self-assessment would include quantifiable flaws and mistakes as well as positives. This is especially important if I am in a position of influence or leadership, and to some extent, all of us are. If, in the last thirty days, I am unable to site a single circumstance in which I was truly mistaken or  wrong without pointing the finger to blame someone or circumstances "out of my control", then I certainly lack humility and have no business leading others. In this case, I must pray for honesty and do it every time I think of the word. Otherwise, I will surround myself with people who will tell me what I want to hear, I will turn away from any descending voice and will find myself bloated and lost. Nothing is worth losing my soul for.

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