5 tips to follow Jesus in a hyper-distracted world
While we are not God and cannot see the heart, certain evidence can help us discern the legitimacy of a child or teenager’s profession of faith.
Start where you are, use what you have, do what you can, and trust Jesus as the multiplier.
Memorizing it is hard, but the real secret, if there is one, is simply this: Repetition over time.
Scripture clearly forbids laziness, but does not forbid leisure time. After God finished creating the world and everything in it, he rested.
Are you pursuing love? In whatever else you’re pursuing, are you pursuing love?
Assurance of salvation only comes through repentance over a long period of time.
We preserve the faith by passing it on. We defend the gospel by making disciples.
Ministry is hospitality, and hospitality that is more than an event. It is simply the Christian way of life.
God calls upon each one of us to be generous, sacrificial givers. He tells us that will increase your joy.
Relationships are deeper and richer when our ultimate confidence is in Christ and not one another.
I cannot improve on Paul’s words to a young elder named Timothy but based on Paul’s writings I offer five lines of encouragement for you.
When we are faithful to God in bringing our family together to worship, we are fulfilling the very purpose for which He created us.
I emphasize that godliness is the goal of the disciplines, and when we remember this, the spiritual disciplines become a delight instead of drudgery.
Jeremy Yong rebelled against the honor-shame culture of his youth. Now he’s turning it upside down with gospel transparency.