God teaches us to laugh with the one who is laughing and to cry with the one who is crying
May our hearts be so captivated by His love that our churches increasingly look like the body of Christ.
On many occasions, we think that we serve and obey God, but in fact what we are serving and obeying ourselves.
Growing classes, concern for children’s safety due to school shootings and religious beliefs are among the reasons for the rise of homeschooling in the US.
Ecclesiastes mirrors, in my view, a general feeling of people in our contemporary Western world. Life is meaningless, says the ordinary human being.
Let's stop playing for the spectators and give our all for others and for the glory of God.
God says that we will be fully repaid for our ways.
It is not possible to avoid every negative motive all the time, but we must beware lest any of these start to fester within and then characterise our ministry.
An anonymous online survey is launched in Spain “to get an overview of pornography use within the church and to develop support resources adapted to the needs that may arise”.
The Brussels Representative of the European Evangelical Alliance, Arie de Pater, analyses the situation of the EU amid the coronavirus, and the role of Christians in this crisis.
In all walks of life, we run the risk of performing for those watching us.
Every virtuous person is flawed, and every flawed person has good character traits too. Let’s keep both in mind.
God chose to assume all risks and to give of himself sacrificially, so that we may glimpse what love is.
“We need a realistic, grounded sense of self that is not pre-occupied with maintaining its own importance, but serving a purpose bigger than ‘me’”, says Psychiatrist Glynn Harrison, author of ‘The Big Ego Trip’.