This article shows that although there is a limit to how well other people can understand what we go through, God has created us in such a way that we can nevertheless still share our joys and sorrows and suffering with one another. It is important that we share our lives with one another in fellowship.
Because we have come to faith, Christ welcomes us into a community of believers and into the household of God (Ephesians 2:11-22. This article outlines some of the privileges of being part of God’s family.
What does a healthy church look like? In Acts 2:42-47, Luke discusses the spiritual health of the early Church. This article discusses the characteristics of the early church and applies this passage to the church today.
Accountability is a word that expresses the quality of a human relationship to others and to God. After the fall it became the means of sanctification and a fruit of repentance. This article calls for the practice of proactive accountability. It exposes counterfeit accountability, clarifies what biblical accountability is and its basis. This paves the way for proactive accountability, which is complete honesty within a loving relationship, meant to point toward Christ and to prevent sin.