There is no set way that God makes Himself known but what is common to each encounter with God; He moves in power as His people humble themselves and pray on behalf of those who don’t know Him. So, how does the Bible teach us to pray in such a…
The conclusion of our study through Jonah: yes, God is relentlessly after the lost, but He’s after our heart as we obey Him to reach them, too.
God has called His people to take the Gospel to the ends of the earth and to make disciples of Jesus Christ. Who is waiting on the other side of our obedience?
Chapter two of Jonah takes a break from the chaos and action as God corners Jonah in the belly of the fish to convince Jonah to stop running from His presence and start living in it. Despite Jonah’s blatant disobedience, God pursues him and won’t relent until Jonah surrenders to…
As Jonah runs away from what God told him to do, we see that God’s mission continues, with and despite his messenger.
Since the Great Commission has always been God’s heart, we can confidently know what His desires are for the lost and for the Church He sends unto them.
5 things everyone needs to know about the Great Commission
Do you have a ‘going’ mindset? As followers of Jesus, we are called to go and make disciples.
God has given us a sure identity and a rich calling as believers, as the church, and as individuals.
Loving with Father’s heart makes our actions worthwhile. We can think and do many things, but, without being motivated by a love for God, we will tend to find our value in achievement or self-promotion. Knowing God’s love for us will protect and sustain us, and enable us to love…