Without Jesus at the center, it all falls apart.
Author: Cory Mandina (Cory Mandina)
When we think and pray for others to have their faith strengthened, and help make it so, we discover something far bigger than ourselves.
What Jesus came to do in the flesh in His earthly ministry is now complete. And we can see it firsthand in a net "full of large fish, 153 of them."
The story of Peter and his restoration to Christ shows us how Christ wants to restore us completely.
The peace and comfort God richly provides does not usually come by way of calm, uneventful, and unobtrusive times in our life.
There is a process we all go through that can both be enlightening and include some of the hardest things we must deal with in our lives. It is this process of orientation, disorientation, and reorientation.
Who is your one? As people who follow Jesus Christ, we have a noble calling—indeed a holy one.
Throughout my years of being a Christian, prayer has become a lifeline. I love praying, and I love the power it has in aligning my heart, mind, and soul with both God’s heart and the hearts of His people. It is one of the beauties of the local church.
Can we be patient and trusting enough to allow the Lord to do His work away from the rush? When the chaos of culture all around us tells us to react in one way or another, can we resist, remain steadfast, and allow God to grab hold of our weary souls?
In God’s Kingdom, we live well by loving well. This is how God’s economy works. Where our lives in the big picture might be short, the legacies we leave are not. Legacies have a long tail that can stretch generations,