As followers of Jesus Christ, we should strive to grow in our faith every day. These 7 apps will help you intentionally train yourself in godliness.
It’s happened to nearly all of us. You open your car door. You sit in the driver’s seat. You fasten your seatbelt. You insert the key into the ignition. You turn the key, and…nothing happens. You turn the key again, and…still nothing happens. You turn the key again, hoping that the third time is the… Continue reading Jumpstarting One of Your Church’s Most Essential Ministries
Scripture teaches that Christians should pray constantly. But there is at least one situation when it's ok not to pray.
If you find that your Bible has been collecting dust, you’re definitely not alone. But, the good news is that there’s no better time than right now to shake the dust off! As you do so, here are 7 tips to help you cultivate a sustainable daily Bible reading habit.
If you struggle to read the Bible, these questions may help.
In my younger days, I was a multi-sport athlete in high school. I loved both baseball and basketball, but there was one part of both that I despised: conditioning. I didn’t like getting into mid-season shape. I didn’t like stairclimbing drills. I didn’t like running endless suicide sprints. It was exhausting. While I haven’t been… Continue reading One Simple Solution To Reduce COVID-Fatigue
(Image courtesy of iosphere at FreeDigitalPhotos.net) Is there ever a situation when good intentions are actually bad? Absolutely! Good intentions are bad if you never act on those intentions. You’re left running on a spinning wheel, going nowhere. This is true in your personal life, your personal spiritual development, and your personal ministry. The solution… Continue reading When Good Intentions Are Bad