It is time we rethink and redefine evangelism. Or better yet, it is time we remember what evangelism really is. It is not a cringe worthy knocking on doors or shouting hell, fire, and brimstone on a street corner. It is the good news.
Stop living for the moment and start living for the miracle. True life and happiness does not come from right here and now, but it comes from something bigger, something greater, something more. Live for the miracle.
We as Christians are called to live behind enemy lines. We live in enemy occupied territory, but not enemy owned territory. We as the church must not become so inwardly focused that we forget our mission to walk alongside God in the expansion of his kingdom.
What does it mean for Christian communities to be campfire communities? It means we are a light in the darkness, a welcoming presence, and a signal of encouragement to our brothers and sisters.
Have you ever longed to change something about you? Rather than attempting to change something in your life or actions, allow Jesus to change the state of your heart.
Working with teens and young adults can be terrifying. Here are 5 tools any person can use to impact teens and young adults.
Last night I watched the heart of man. A person speaking in the movie said, "Shame drives my compulsive behavior... I’m never going to be enough so I’m entitled to do ________." Shame is a trap. It speaks a number of lies to us.