Are you and I devoted disciples of Jesus or spare-time supporters? There is a cost to discipleship that some might not truly be willing to pay.
We often approach Christianity like coffee: we enjoy the aroma, but refuse to drink. When we do drink, we add stuff to cover the true taste.
One need not look too far to see that sometimes Christians forget three key aspects of being a Christ follower: truth, love, and improvement.
Most Christians know we’re supposed to be gospel-centered. These three characteristics summarize what Christian living and church ministry are about.
There are many ways to grow a church, business, and social media audience. Some abandon truth, principles, and the gospel in order to gain success.
To help us combat pride, God often sends thorns to serve as reminders that we’re not all that. They also should remind us how much we need to trust Jesus.
God is in the business of restoring hearts and lives. Those who need and experience God’s restoration seek him, call on him, praise him, and proclaim him.
We are called to seek God, to pursue and desire him. God showed me, though, that he also pursues us. A lesson from 2 Thessalonians 3.
Social media stories are all the rage right now. As we post more stories, what do they actually say about us as people? Is it the story we really want told?
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