Guest Blog Posts
There are times I question if I have anything to offer God or his people. When I view others doing amazing things in service to the Lord, I can get to feeling inadequate and unnecessary. I look at my doubts and insecurities and think, what could I offer?
One word perfectly sums up my mom’s love for me—availability. Countless tear-filled midnight chats during my teen years, regular “taxi service” to help me run errands, and her commitment to drop whatever she’s doing to greet me at the door with a smile and a hug even if I show up unannounced—these are some of the ways she loves me well.
What comes to mind when you think about loving someone else? Being kind, compassionate, slow to anger? All good! But have you considered that sometimes love can be confrontational? That love might mean calling out a brother or sister in Christ when they are making destructive, ungodly choices?
When she was only twenty-three years old, Rachelle Starr started going to strip clubs to share Christ’s love with the dancers. Now, having founded a Christian ministry to people in the adult entertainment industry, she demonstrates the key to shining Christ’s light into the darkness–love people one at a time and continue to love them no matter what.