A church in Wheatfield, Indiana, is making a difference in the Jasper County Jail. The church has been holding weekly services at the jail for only three months, but the inmates, corrections officers, and sheriff say they can already see an impact.
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The central message for God’s people in Haggai is, “Don’t be distracted nor discouraged in a day of small things. God is working to ensure he will receive great glory”.
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“We have an opportunity to treat our young people as prophets rather than pariah," Steven Argue of the Fuller Youth Institute says.
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On the topic of singleness, Sam Allberry says most in the church would be happy to have Paul as their apostle, but not necessarily as their pastor. Join us as we talk to Sam about does and does not qualify someone for ministry.
“A lot of churches will see discipleship as a program whereas in reality when you look at the Scriptures, discipleship is actually more about the direction you’re moving in rather than the destination that you’ve arrived.”
Jim Martin with International Justice Mission says engaging in God's work of justice doesn't have to be controversial. Who doesn't want to see things like poverty and human trafficking come to an end?