All Things in Common
We learn from a young age to see ourselves as part of bigger things that can unite us to others: nationality, race, traditions, culture, politics, and more. But experience and history teach us, with swiftness and regularity, that these points of identification can just as easily steer us into drawing lines of separation and building walls of otherness. The good news? In Jesus Christ, these dividing walls of hostility crumble in the wake of a new identity as citizens of the Lord's kingdom and God's family.