Do you have a conversion story? Is there a specific moment in your past where you accepted Jesus into your life? Or was your faith a process? A series of events? Whether your beliefs took shape over time or in an instant . . .
In this world of increasing options, Christians are sometimes looked upon as being intolerant of other walks of faith. Solid counsel on how to respond with grace to those who oppose Christianity.
Most people don’t like standing out in a crowd. And yet, that’s what we’re called to do as Christians. We’re called to be different from the world around us.
In any church, it takes a lot of discernment to welcome people from all walks of life, without condoning their sinful lifestyle. How do we embrace everyone, without alienating anyone?
We’re taught to be in the world . . . but not of the world. So, as Christians, how do we reconcile our value system with a godless culture?
Sometimes it feels safer to keep our faith in God private. In doing so, we don’t have to put ourselves on the line. But “closet Christians” miss out on the best God has to offer.
Sometimes following God’s will brings opposition from those around us. Especially those who are affected by the decisions we make.
A Biblical Definition Of Service And How It Applies To All Our Relationships, Especially Those In The Home Part 22
It can seem humbling to serve others—you sometimes feel like a servant. Serving almost implies that the other person has control over you and your actions. But the Bible is clear that Christians serve.
How far should we go in trying to evangelize those who chose a different faith walk than our own?
When you hear the term servant, what comes to your mind? In our culture, it’s often seen as a derogatory term, perhaps even akin to slavery. Let's explore Jesus’ last supper with His disciples, where He teaches us to serve one another.