When we bring before God’s throne of grace those who curse us we are exercising spiritual muscles of mercy and faith.
A wealth of information about Hebrew custom, geography and history give amazing new insight into John 4.
Children’s Christmas programs remind us of the innocence of pure worship. The beauty and glory of the Christ-child is reflected in the faces of God’s little […]
Christians may suffer because of sin’s consequences, Satanic attack, or because we live in a fallen world. God uses suffering to make us like Christ.
Spiritual maturity moves us steadily toward intimacy with God. The greatest tragedy is the Christian who refuses to grow up.
When believers give the Bible its rightful place of authority in their lives, they intimately experience its Author in life-changing ways.
Spiritual mothers and fathers do not see God as distant, inspecting or disappointed. They are intimate with God and have a right view of Him.
As image-bearers of Christ, we are refined throughout our lives; suffering and brokenness are integral parts of God’s sanctification process.
We mature spiritually by processing through identifiable stages of development: children, young men and women and spiritual mothers and fathers.