With each new day, week, or year, we want to do more and be more. Maybe we should pause to ponder: is that really what God calls us to?
Why are youngsters leaving churches in droves? From unedifying ministry to a lack of pastoral care, we cannot ignore the problems in our community anymore
Nobody wants to experience pain, especially not willfully. But we are also told in Scripture that some degree of suffering is inevitable
The clear pattern of the New Testament is for plurality when it comes to assembly leadership. And there are several reasons why
Spiritual maturity, unity and Biblical models of effectiveness and leadership are better measures of growth than mere numbers
There is much that modern-day Christians can learn from first-century believers, including how to avoid many of the issues we face in our assemblies today
Our natural response to suffering is frustration and anger, but God often uses these trials miraculously to show His steadfast love
How to ensure the goal of this ministry is not to feed self-righteous pride, but to restore a sinning believer to holiness
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