Humility seems hard to cultivate—especially in this day and age. But God humbles us not to cast us away but to draw us closer to Him
All the violence in the world makes “world peace” seem like a mere dream. But why is there so much strife in the first place?
Though he was a high priest in Israel, Eli's shortcomings in leadership began at home with his inability to parent well. Three aspects stand out
Silence is golden, but we don't really live by that rule. The book of Proverbs offers insight on why holding our tongue can reveal a heart that pleases God
Are you labouring for Christ, yet seeing little fruit? Isaiah’s vision offers important warnings and reminders — both for us and those we’re trying to reach
Being wronged by others hurts — a lot. Yet, exercising humility in those moments is not only an act of faith — it is also an act of worship
Lack of prayer in the Christian's life is a sign of carnal pride. It boasts that things can be done in our own power without God
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
Pride, masked as self reliance, is powerful, but Christ's church is built on mutual service. Did you know refusing to let others help us deprives them too?
The clear pattern of the New Testament is for plurality when it comes to assembly leadership. And there are several reasons why
We can understand several fundamental realities, which go beyond the findings on the moon, when we dissect the often-overlooked theological underpinnings of space exploration
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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