Break up the hard ground of apathy with a massive prayer effort.
“If God does not send me to hell, He ought to do it.”
Would Christ-followers say in person the things they write in comments? Would they call names and throw insults in person like they do on Facebook? It makes one wonder.
If you can study the reality of hell and not be more burdened about nonbelievers, I’d question your Christianity.
But I thought if I found the right one, marriage would be easy.
What fears are you holding on to?
"The numbers are staggering. The stories are devastating. But the battle for the lives of our youth is not hopeless."
Millennial is not a Christian term, but rather, it's a man-made term with a made-man definition.
"Here are seven laws—non-negotiable elements, iron-clad principles—regarding serving in the Kingdom of God."
"Some people get married too soon."
"Let us pray for the hurting, including those whom we consider enemies."
Worship is one of those fascinating topics that can both unite and divide the church.
Many churches are dying.
None of us gathered there would call ourselves racists or would even think that. But what we are guilty of is apathy.
If an unchurched person returns time and time again, Bruce notes that a lot of these people (even adults) will trust Christ as their Lord and Savior.
"I’m discouraged by the behavior of leaders who criticize, attack or diminish the significance of other Christian ministers," says Philip Wagner.
"If I need to forgive myself, it suggests that I am the God that I have offended and need to appease."
“True leadership is measured by how you treat the poor and neglected,” Bryan Stevenson reminds us.
Everything we do as a church must be done for the glory of God.
According to the book of Romans, every Christian is called upon by God to minister the Word of God to other believers.