The fruit of the Spirit is the only visible evidence of our faith. So, isn’t it time we paid more attention to bearing it in our day-to-day lives?
Some believers see no connection between the local church members and their spiritual life. Here’s why that’s problematic
The kingdom of God is built by widows and philanthropists, crusade-leading preachers and pastors of tiny congregations. You may never know how He used you
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?
Phebe Muppidi on looking back and seeing God ‘connect the dots’ in her life, and how Telangana became both mission field and home
God instituted marriage, but Paul was of the personal opinion that it was better to remain unmarried. A reader asks which is the Biblical way to go
Despite our busy schedules, there are several ways to spend quality time with people around us, especially if we desire to do them spiritual good
Pamela Catalan on losing her mother at 12, using her home to bless others, and why she considers her prolonged season of singleness as a blessing today
Paul's letter to Philemon may have overtones of manipulation but, in truth, it's a picture of how Christ works in the church when we serve and are willing to be served
Aquila and Priscilla are an excellent example of a godly couple who served the Lord together. Consider what we can learn from this family on a mission
While culture says enjoy motherhood because it’s fleeting, there is more joy — and strength — to be found in embracing it as a ministry, not just a duty
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