Smoking pot: should Christians do it? There are four guidelines that the believer should consider when answering this question.
How do you answer doubts and opposition to the gospel? This article explains that there are two wrong ways of responding to opposition: change the gospel or pounce on any opposing view. THe article also offers the right way of addressing opposing views: respond to the gospel yourself, which will impact your posture towards objecting views in a number of significant ways.
How can you be committed to everyday discipleship? This article shares six lessons to help you get started and persevere in this endeavour.
A storyline lies at the heart of building a Christian worldview, understanding the gospel, focusing on Christ, and rejecting false worldview. Without this biblical storyline, it becomes difficult to achieve the four things mentioned. This article explains the importance of teaching the Bible's storyline.
This article offers five signs that a church might be making disciples of the church rather than of Christ.
Is your parenting caught in the trap of health and wealth parenting? Good parenting is one that teaches children to be prepared to also face suffering. This article explains four ways to do this.
How do you represent the gospel at your workplace? This article explains five ways you can turn your workplace to ministry.
What is evangelism? Part of answering this question is knowing what evangelism is not. This article identifies five things that are mistaken for evangelism.
How should you deal with negative church members? Be humble, shepherd, and be biblical.
In a culture of having it all now, patience is a hard thing. How can you be patient? Learn to trust and embrace the truth of the gospel.
How do you shepherd small groups? This article offers six tips.
Suffering can actually liberate you and help you grow deeper in your relationship with God. How? This article explains four ways that Christians can perceive God is with them in suffering: they can do so through the gospel, God's Word, prayer, and worship.
The Bible expects the husband to lead his wife. How does a husband provide leadership? There are seven things he can do to provide leadership in the home.
Is belief in the resurrection of Jesus essential or optional? This article examines the evidence for the resurrection through three lenses: the gospel tradition, skeptical scholarship, and faith. It concludes that faith in the risen Christ is essential.
Submission to God and what he defines that we do is what brings honour to God and yields results as God is pleased to bring them. This article discusses this, and then explains what sumbission to God and to his church requires of us: humility, vulnerability, and Christ-likeness.
Productivity for the Christian is motivated by a desire to live in this world for the glory of God. This article explains that productivity requires intentionality and effectiveness.
This article explains what transactional sanctification is: we can view our relationship with God as, "I do things for God and God does things for me." The author explains that life with God is not a transaction, since the transaction has already been completed.
This article explains that individualism is a threat to discipleship, because discipleship happens in a community rooted in the gospel.
The church is called to live together as the body of Christ. Holding each other accountable is a way of living together. This article gives seven tips for pursuing accountability and confession within the church.
Guilt is something that not only believers but also unbelievers struggle with. This article explains that unbelievers also have a god, whose commands they try to obey but fail in their attempts, and continually suffer guilt and shame as a result. Only the biblical God can deal with guilt and silence the guilty conscience.
Mortification is the act of killing sin. How do Christians do that? This article looks at Romans 8 to answer this question.
How do you seek the welfare of your neighbourhood community? This article offers five simple ways: pray for the community, spend time in the community, know the assets in the community, make the community beautiful, and open your home.