1 Thessalonians 2 is a fascinating chapter for helping us think through what ministry should look like, because in the space of just a few verses Paul compares himself to a father, a mother, and a child.
What did you do to prepare for church last week? You may think this is an irrelevant question if you’re not a pastor or service leader, but we can be better disciples—and disciple-makers—if we give careful thought to how we meet together.
Do you ever pick up a book—and a few pages in you realize you’re not sure what you just read?
Christians talk about the importance of fishing and the abundance of fish, and we tell others to fish—but few actually go out and fish, because we feel we’re no good at it. Here's some practical tips so you will be more confident in getting out there and putting your line in the water.