We can't confine Jesus to a religious box. The only reasonable response to him is total surrender — pledging loyalty and surrendering control.
I know flossing is important but I struggle to do it consistently. It was the same when it came to spending time with God until I tried this.
If we want to manifest Christ's love, then we need to take his instructions to feed the hungry seriously.
If you find the idea of talking about Jesus scary, it helps to remember that you are not in charge.
Following Christ is sometimes inconvenient. Follow anyway.
Some gifts are too good to keep to ourselves. The more we share this treasure, the bigger it grows and the more we get to celebrate.
Do you trust God enough to follow him when you can’t see where he’s going?
Sharing your faith can be a little scary. But really, there’s nothing more fun than helping a friend discover the greatest treasure of all.
You’ve been designed to make a one-of-a-kind impact on the people around you as you live out your unique calling.
Most people move through stages or “spiritual thresholds” on their way to committing to Jesus. This is the journey a typical not-yet-Christian will take.
Give everything to Jesus and you’ll discover the priceless treasure of life with him. Simple? Yes. Easy? No. Worth it? Definitely.
People around you are spiritually lost, separated from their Heavenly Father. They don't know how to get home, but you can help.
Sometimes, the mission God has for you is right at home. Think about the communities you belong to outside of church. God wants to shine through you.
If you're wondering what influence you could have, ask the One who created you. Center your life on Jesus and he will use you to change the world.
Sharing your faith doesn’t have to be hard work. Sometimes all you need to get started is to do something fun. Reaching out can be as simple as saying, “Yes”.
I can’t imagine leaving a gift unopened: but I’m reminded of the treasure Jesus gave me, and I realize that I have often left his gift on the table.
In this video retired Major Wes Bowers shares about a time when conversations didn't seem to be going very well. Unknown to Wes, God wasn't finished yet.
When it comes to evangelism, I'm a pretty slow learner. Here are two little stories — one about a time I failed to obey the Spirit, and another about a time when I stepped out in faith.
When we let God change our plans, we’re in for the ride of our lives.
Can Jesus interrupt your plans?
Availability to God is a beautiful blend of a love and servanthood.