We need to engage in more than half-hearted attempts at reading our Bible and praying. And it needs to start with addressing all of the distractions we face on a daily basis.
A part of God’s call – throughout the Bible and to you and me today – is to be holy and set apart. One of the most basic ways of accomplishing this is to pull away from the crowds, quite literally. In today’s post, Guy Chmieleski continues his series sharing fundamental ways of being Christian in the 21st century.
Do you feel like every day is a full-on sprint from the moment your feet hit the floor to the moment your head returns to rest on your pillow at the end of the night? In today’s post by Guy Chmieleski, read about how hurriedness distracts us from the life God wants us to experience.
All of the noise in our lives has a kryptonite—it’s called silence. In today’s article, Guy Chmiesleski reflects on all of the daily elements that shout at us and distract us from our relationship with Christ, and then offers a spiritual discipline that might help remedy the situation.
Moving off to college marks a new season of life for young adults who are in the process of transitioning from adolescence to adulthood. Campus pastor Guy Chmieleski offers 7 tips for starting college right and taking on everything that’s new and different.
Mentoring. I think one could easily build the case for this being one of the most challenging times in history to attempt to mentor—especially young adults. And at the same time I think one could
This post is a follow-up to last week’s post entitled: Why Abstinence Isn’t Working In America. University Minister Guy Chmieleski explains why celibacy and discipleship could help us maintain our “sexual sanity.” Guy defines discipleship and poses some difficult questions that are essential to consider to fight sexual sin.
80% of young, unmarried Christians have had sex. 66% of them have been sexually active in the past year. And yet three-quarters of evangelical Christians believe this is wrong. Clearly Abstinence isn’t working for Christians in America. So what’s the root of the problem and how does the Church deal with it?