Daily Devotional

Counselling in a nutshell

What is Biblical Counselling and who do Christian churches make such a big deal of it? Description of Biblical Counselling Perhaps the shortest description of Biblical Counselling is illustrated in 1 Thessalonians 5:14. we urge you, brothers, admonish the idle, encourage the fainthearted, help the weak, be patient with them all. 1 Thessalonians 5:14 Biblical […]

What every church MUST do

Kevin de Young said it well once when he affirmed, “There are many things a church can do, but there are only a few things a church must do” [paraphrased from memory] That is true. A church that does everything it can possibly do, but neglects to do the few things it really must do, […]

Reaching out to those of other faiths

Interacting with other faiths is inevitable for every born-again believer. Our heart for the lost compels us, and the abundance of other faiths around us confronts us, sometimes to our face in, even unsolicited, conversation. It is trendy, even in some parts of Christianity, to promote open dialogue and ongoing conversation with other faiths, and […]

Marriage: Specialised Friendship

The world teaches you to look our for yourself, Look out for #1—take selfies that make you look good, choose friends who make you happy, drive cars that make you feel successful—that’s the worlds way. But marriage was designed to specialise friendship. Marriage is designed to overcome the self-seeking, self-esteem, selfishness of looking out only […]

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