Many well-meaning believers have either complicated or over-simplified discipleship, leaving fellow Christians confused as to what discipleship actually means and what is actually considered discipleship. Hence, this first blog is on clarifying discipleship.
In light of my new discipleship workbook released March 16th, I will be post 4 blog-articles on discipleship. This is the first.
In my little sphere of the world, the beginning of 2018 has dealt out much loss. Here are 10 ways to deal with loss, taken from the story of Lazarus' death in John 11:1-45. I believe these 10 are things we tend to forget when dealing with loss, but they're so beneficial for our process of grieving and moving forward. I hope this reminder is encouraging.
The new year marks an opportunity for a new beginning! Usually a new year triggers something inside of us to leave last year in last year and begin again in this new year. So let’s take a look at how God views the new year in Scripture and 4 ways we can start the year in response.
As a new year approaches, with new commitments, plans, goals, and so on, I figured what better time to post about how to go about planning and discerning God's will. I hope this blesses you like it did others in prior years.
A fellow brother, whom I once pastored, asked if I could “provide a biblical example(s) where the apostles/disciples stood up and spoke out against social injustices.” Below is my response. I wrote this with, any believer who may also want to know this, in my mind. May we hear God’s heart and all be edified.
Chris explores what Jesus meant in Matt. 6:11 and it’s implication for all of His people—past, present, and future. (Sermon Date: July 31, 2016)
"A God-centered worldview brings every issue, question, and cultural concern into submission to all that the Bible reveals, and frames all understanding within the ultimate purpose of bringing greater glory to God." -Albert Mohler