Christ continued his teaching about discipleship with a puzzling declaration: “For whoever wants to save their life will lose it, but whoever loses their life for me will save it.”
In the midst of a growing information and data revolution, it must be brought to mind that some people are unfortunately digging their own graves with their keystrokes.
Our bodies carries a sacramental presence in the world—they are the ways in which we extend grace to people.
The incarnation is God’s great testament to the holiness of the body; we are all designed to be icons of the incarnation.
As soon as we are fully conscious we discover loneliness. We need others physically, emotionally, intellectually; we need them if we are to know anything, even ourselves. (C. S. Lewis)
The way God lovingly disrupted David’s degeneration is hope-inducing for slumping disciples.
The three slump starters for Christians—past regrets, present sins, and future fears—is a three-headed monster that sucks the life out of the soul.
David followed God through a process that brought him out of the slump and put him back on a streak again.
Degeneration is a gradual descent into spiritual boredom, complacency, and, ultimately, compromise.
Seedbed is pleased to offer a new resource that will help awaken slumbering, backsliding, or apathetic Christians from the stagnation that tends to confront all followers of Jesus at one point or another.