Earlier this year, a research company surveyed Americans and Britons regarding their confidence in their ability to defeat various animals in unarmed combat. The study presented respondents with fifteen animals and asked, “Which of the following animals, if any, do you think you could beat
The Lord Jesus Christ practised to perfection spiritual discipline—including the spiritual discipline of rest. This was essential to fulfilling God’s will for him. Rest is likewise essential if we will do God’s will. Drawing on the example of Jesus, we want to focus our time
Stewardship is not often thought of as a discipline, but we need to train ourselves to think like stewards by constant practice. Luke 19 gives us a good template for lessons on what a life of Christian stewardship looks like.
Being a believer is not a private matter. It is a personal matter, but not private. Living out our faith is part of community living. It involves others. Mutual confession leads to mutual prayer.