This may be quite a bit different from most other articles on racism. I have found a solution, but it will cost you everything and take the rest of your life—-but the rewards are unimaginable.
"Therefore Jesus said again, 'Very truly I tell you….I have come that they may have life, and have it to the full.'” - John 10:7a,10b
We spend a lot of our time as Christians talking about who Jesus is. Maybe it's time for us to start listening to what Jesus has to say about who we are, too. We know that we are fearfully and wonderfully made, the image of God, and created for holiness. But what does that look like for each of us?
You know you should trust God. You desperately want him to rescue you and guide you through the maze of life. Yet the phrase “trust God” can seem so trite; your mind swims with the “what if” possibilities that threaten to overtake you.
The abundant life Jesus offers you is a journey of faith. It won't happen by accident. Daily surrender is required, but it's not about letting go and letting God. It's about running to Jesus, holding on to him, and saying "Yes" to what he asks you to do. It's admitting that you can't do it without him — that you need the Holy Spirit to empower you.
As with any relationship, developing a relationship with Jesus takes time and energy. Whether you've just decided to follow Jesus, or have recommitted your life to him, this series of four articles will lay a firm foundation to help you grow deeper in your relationship with Jesus.
To be a Christian apologetic doesn't mean you go around saying, "Sorry, I'm a Christian." In this series, you'll find a variety of articles that provide philosophical as well as practical responses for some of the toughest questions out there.
The book of Acts has a lot to teach us about what a life fully committed to God looks like. Are you ready to see what the abundant life is all about? In this four part series you'll work through several sections in the book of Acts and you'll have the chance to talk to a mentor as you learn.
Have you ever had someone tell you that your Christian faith is a crutch? Well, the best response we've heard to that is: "Absolutely." Our faith helps us see that we are all broken people who really need to borrow strength from a Savior, to lean on a deep and abiding faith. We are always growing, always depending on the grace of God.