It’s an amazing honor to walk with people who are actively seeking God. Here’s a list of practical ways to help them move closer to Christ.
Lent does not come easily to me but as an adult, I'm discovering the beauty of this season (even when I go looking for God in the dishwater).
Tonia was sitting in a jail cell, all alone, when she heard God whisper, "I'm here with you."
"You snooze, you loose" is a spiritual principle that should wake us up.
When you commit everything to Jesus, you don't just end up with the promise of the kingdom; you end up with the King.
When there seems to be no way out, and there’s nothing we can do to save ourselves, do we turn to Jesus?
Just as it’s natural for a child’s relationship with her parent to change and grow, it’s also natural for your relationship with God to grow.
Following. It’s really hard to do, especially after you’ve been doing it for a while.
We know that Jesus has called us to disciple others, but how do we even begin to do that? It's a big responsibility, but these seven steps make it easy to get started.
Becoming more like Jesus includes doing some things we might not like, trusting that they are good for us.
The call is clear: we are to share the greatest love story ever told, to all the ends of the earth. And then we’re to encourage people who believe to go deeper with God.
After experiencing the joy of receiving Christ, many new believers are left feeling overwhelmed and confused. Discipleship is the key, but how does one know where to begin?
The idea of servants becoming like masters was unthinkable, but Jesus turned that on its head.
Sometimes the best gifts come disguised in wrappings of heartache.
What I "tried" to teach my son on the way to the Hockey game.
We don’t intend for it to happen, but somehow a passiveness creeps into busy Christians' lives. In the middle of doing things for God, we can forget about seeking him.
Examine your recent choices. Do they demonstrate a life submitted to Christ’s glory?
Have you left your life to follow Jesus, or have you inviting Him to join your life?
Christians have formalized, professionalized and systemized disciplemaking to a point where it just seems too complicated for many people to practice. So how do you declutter and de-professionalize the Great Commission?