Going abroad must be one of the most widely practised but least considered activities in which Christians participate.
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Christians, both individually and in our churches, often try to carry out Jesus’ words in Matthew 11, but in many cases fall into the same trap as the Pharisees in Luke 11.
If we don’t convey the enthusiasm, joy and peace that we claim to have from the Spirit, people have no reason to believe us, and we become the worst kind of salespeople.
We all get tired of showing up—showing up to do ministry, showing up as a member of church or Bible study, carrying out our role as a parent or spouse, or simply being a Christian.
If we want to hear from God, to know him more and more and to see his works in the world, we can do no better than regularly listening to him in Scripture for our entire lives.
The wonderful thing about the Bible is that it addresses reality—in both its simplicity and complexity.
It’s astonishing how quickly my blood can go from body temperature to boiling when my child disobeys me, and how tempting it can be to give in to the rage.
A resource to help small group leaders catch the disciple-making vision, apply it to the way they lead their groups, and powerfully model it to their group members.
I was sure that people got saved—but I doubted whether I was one of them.
If you’re one of the many avid users of Just for Starters, pick up a copy of Just Starting Out and make use of it next time you’re meeting up with a new Christian.
The Course of Your Life
Six Steps to Reading Your Bible
Six Steps to Loving Your Church
The Art of Living (Proverbs)
How to Walk Into Church
Guidance on how to be a man
Putting the mini in ministry
Tips for being a false teacher
How the doctrine of election fuelled Jesus’ work
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