What is one thing you would like to change about the world? Do you desire to see reconciliation? Justice? Beauty? Wholeness? God has and is working such things out in the world. As Christians we can be a part of it, but only when the radical nature of our beliefs manifests itself in a radically different lifestyle. What does that sort …
Almost half of everyone that makes New Year’s resolutions never succeed. They end up making the same resolutions again and again, year after year. But we can break that pattern of failure when our resolutions are in line with what the Holy Spirit empowers us to be as believers. When it comes to such resolutions, one of the best examples …
The early church prioritized learning together, blessing each other, eating together, and praying together. As a result they had “favour with all the people. And the Lord added to the church daily such as should be saved” (Acts 2:47).
Only Christ can satisfy our longings, but we often try to do it ourselves by digging our own cisterns.
One of the primary activities of the local church is to be prayer—for each other and for its pastors.
Resolved, never to do anything out of revenge.
Your job is not a hinderance to God. He called you in your particular workplace and He can transform your particular workplace through you.
Prayer is always appropriate for the believer—when you are suffering, when you are satisfied, and when you are sick.
Mount Moriah teaches us that God is concerned with our spiritual development and with our spiritual deliverance.
Walking by faith is done one step at a time.