Why accountability is not others meddling with your life.
Why is it vital that the church remembers its mission in the world?
What is the pattern of Scripture when it comes to water baptism?
Why prayer is powerful.
Fasting 101 – a necessary spiritual discipline.
When we choose to live honestly and allow people into our lives to see who we really are it creates an opportunity for true Christian fellowship.
It’s not wrong to love our own space, but let’s also remember that our homes are a gift from God to see His kingdom come on this earth.
Lockdown has caused us to re-examine what church is & has given us a new joy in what we took for granted.
To be part of a local church is to be in each other’s lives, in each other’s spaces, in each other’s affections.
Where is ‘accountability’ in the Bible?
How can we make our unity a defensive weapon against the enemy?
Does it matter how we relate with the broader church of God? If so, how should we?
Real Christians never disagree… right? God desires us to walk in unity but does this mean we need to agree on everything to do so?
Many churches today spend a lot of time creating the “perfect” Sunday meeting but they neglect the importance of a culture where believers meet daily in one another’s homes.
It’s normal for us to be secretly pleased when something unfortunate happens to someone we don’t like. But that is one of the many things that love doesn’t do.
People are wonderful. They are also time consuming. They can be inconvenient, hurtful, inconsistent and often ungrateful…
It’s not just ‘what’ we do that counts, it’s ‘why’ we do it.
Too often, in misunderstanding Jesus’ words, Christians tiptoe around the elephant in the room that causes broken relationships and conflict.
Is a big church a fulfillment of the ‘Great Commission’ or is it a shallower version of what church should be?
If you need to call attention to the fact that you are Christian, something is wrong!
Kingdom living can be quite a juggle sometimes. How do we live out a healthy, Christ-centered life?
God has included us in his plan to build his kingdom. Here is what he has in mind.
Ryan unpacks what it is going to take for the church to be the unstoppable force which Christ has made us to be.
Chris Staples gives some advice for those who pastor God’s flock, “there are times that… it is from the very people whom we serve that we are grievously wounded and betrayed.”
The office of the apostle is not a recent fad, it is as old as the church itself. Mike Davies reflects on the apostolic influence through church history.
Be sure that you’re actually seeking to belong to Jesus’ church and not simply a manmade club.
What does a servant of Jesus do with the sheer amount of content available to us, which is able to literally fill every waking hour?
My fear is that in our exuberance to be passionate for God, it is possible to worship in vain- that God would say, “take away from me the noise of your songs”!
It began with something I posted on Facebook – a quote by that great Welsh physician-turned-preacher, Martyn Lloyd-Jones. Here’s what he said almost half a century ago..
When the Holy Spirit was poured out at Pentecost, the immediate impact was the creation of a dynamic (and probably chaotic) community of believers.
True Christian community is a beautiful thing. There is nothing that quite comes close to being part of a group of people whom you love and who loves you.
Is there more to today’s contemporary church than lights, cameras, electric guitars, skinny jeans, tattoos, cool… and trendy brands of coffee?