What is disinterested benevolence and why is it so controversial? Charles Finney defined it as:
A short, Scripture-based post on how I trust God more.
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Authenticity and vulnerability often disappear when we take spiritual leadership roles. I saw this firsthand when reviewing an old blog.
If I hadn’t been there, I might not have believed it myself. The following story, while unbelievable, really did happen to me in a sleepy little church in Alabama one Wednesday night in the dead of summer.
“I was there.” “You were where?” “I was there when they…” he took a soft sharp breath. “When they murdered him.”
He looked at me with the same eyes He had as a boy when He had scraped His knee or lost His first pet—a deep painful longing for comfort that only a mother can bring.
Recently I challenged members of both of my congregations to reach out and pray with their neighbors. In these chaotic times, many people are searching for hope and healing. What better time has there ever been to offer the peace and hope that comes in prayer to our Saviour? I am so excited for this … Continue reading How To: Pray with your Neighbors
A short study covering the many functions of prayer.
Looking for a Bible study on intercessory prayer? Look no farther! Here are some verses to get you started on your journey. Genesis 18:23-33 Philemon 1:22 James 5:14-16 Matthew 5:44 1 Timothy 2:1 Colossians 1:9 1 Thessalonians 5:25 Job 42:10 1 Tim 2:1-2 Matthew 17:15 Mark 7:24-30 Luke 7:1-10 John 4:46-54 Comment if you have … Continue reading Bible Study: Intercessory Prayer