This study guide is designed to help you connect more deeply in the three crucial power sources for the Christian life: hearing God’s voice (in the Bible), having his ear (in prayer), and belonging to his body (in the fellowship of the church).
Settle it now. Corporate worship is too important to revisit each weekend and wrestle, “Will I go this weekend, or sit this one out?” Neglecting to meet together will sow and nourish seeds of unbelief in your soul.
John Piper, Bob Blincoe, Tim Cain, D. Glenn, Tim Keesee, David Mathis, Joe Rigney, Brian Tabb, Dieudonne Tamfu, and Steve Timmis
For 350 years, the church on American soil has enjoyed relatively little affliction for her fidelity to the Scriptures. This nation, though, is an anomaly in church history. And those days seem to be passing, more quickly than many of…
Halloween is not a threat. It’s an opportunity. We betray the fullness of Christ’s power when we cower before the demonic façade of Halloween. Here are five ways to prepare your heart and home for advancing the gospel this Halloween, dressed with the invincible power of God and his word.
Jesus sent his disciples out two by two, and throughout the New Testament, leadership in the local church is always plural (first the apostles, then the elders/pastors/overseers). Here are seven ways for ministry teams (and especially team leaders) to pursue health and fitness in team dynamics.