In Matthew 18, Jesus' disciples asked him this question: "Who is the greatest in the kingdom of heaven?" The disciples expected Jesus to establish an order. Lay out who was the best, most devoted among them. With whom was Jesus... Continue Reading →
In the Bible, Job did not avoid darkness, and he did not avoid God. Instead, he brought his questions about the darkness to God. He wrestled with God. Job refused to be silenced by darkness, and he refused to fear darkness. He kept speaking truth, kept pleading. He kept wrestling through the dark. Finally, he had a break through. He emerged enlightened, and in God's light . . . .
Pluralistic ignorance causes the bystander effect, and it creates bystander apathy. Click to watch the video explaining this phenomenon and to read 25 ways to reduce the bystander effect and help victims of sexual violence . . .