1 Corinthians 4:15-17 shows us Paul’s example of how he guided the church in the ways of Jesus.
Robert Mulholland defined discipleship as being transformed in the image of Christ for the sake of others. Our Roadmarks of Discipleship series has been all about putting ourselves in a position to be transformed in the image of Christ, but this week we are looking at how we can do that for the sake of…
Humanity has placed enormous value on the gaining financial wealth, however Jesus tells us that financial capital is the least valuable of all and should be invested for spiritual capital and fruit.
God did not create us to be human doings, but human beings. We are meant for work, yes, but also meant to rhythmically swing into rest and bear fruit from a position of rest and abiding with Jesus.
Jesus spent 40 days in the wilderness fasting and dedicating uninterrupted time with his Father. At the end of his 40 days, at his most vulnerable point, he faced 3 temptations. Those temptations are temptations we all face even now! He was able to defeat them all and we can too!
Jesus used his upward relationship with God to empower the inward relationship with his disciples and then step outward into ministry to the world. This is the model we must imitate in order to have a proper balance of 3-dimensional relationships.