Christian discipleship is not simply learning information about Jesus or doing things for Jesus. It’s becoming like Jesus in apprenticeship with others who are committed to doing the same.
If people were to fully engage with this resource, we’d see more people welcomed into Christian community through their interactions with Christians in regular life.
How do we show justice and grace? By loving God and others. We shouldn’t be forced to choose one or the other. We need both.
Miracles and healing were meant to continue throughout the history of the church—here are five reasons demonstrating why.
Jack Deere shares healthy ways that a church can grow in the spiritual gifts.
When we come before God confident in the blood of his Son, he will often give us good things.
The reasons God heals are rooted in his character and eternal purposes.
Our suffering purges and cleanses us. Our advance extends the rule and reign of Christ.
God does make our paths straight, but He often does it through what seems like a lot of crooked lines.
The cross turned everything upside down. God redeemed the world not through a top-down display of force and power, but by entering into the suffering and pain of the world.