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.
Sowing is not always glamorous, but reaping is a partnership with the one who sowed. We are not in competition, but a partnership for the kingdom of God. We rejoice together, both those who sow and those who reap.
Working with teens and young adults can be terrifying. Here are 5 tools any person can use to impact teens and young adults.
Despite how everything may seem to say otherwise, you are loved. You are more loved than you will ever know.
Rather than a traditional book review, I wanted to reflect on my takeaway from Chan's "Letters to the Church." I hope this sparks you to think about the church or even encourages you to read Chan's book and interact in dialogue with it yourself!
The mission trip to the DR was incredible. Rather than writing a recap, which I will do later, I am going to write the 5 major insights I learned on the mission trip as the team leader.
The road to hell is paved with good intentions, or so that is what the saying says, Don't wait until tomorrow to act. Act today.