How can Christian discipleship in the digital age support the church in its mandate to make disciples and equip the next generation of Christian leaders?
While the world increasingly influences our desires for big ministry platforms, celebrity preachers, and the glare of the spotlight, the Bible quietly celebrates the blessing of a perfectly ordinary ministry. Your ministry can be ordinary—and that’s okay.
Why do so many of us find ourselves working so hard doing so many things at the same time?
I grew up in a sleepy small town in the southern Indian state of Kerala. Our gang of friends was always together, wandering around the banks of the river, playing a game of hide and seek. When the water level receded during the summer, we would play football or cricket all day on the riverbanks. Some days we would sit and share stories of movies we had watched or imagined what life would be like in other parts of the world. Every day I woke up with the assurance I would meet my small gang of friends right where I...
Entitlement is a sneaky posture. It is invisible. Can it be overcome?