If the passing year leaves you with a sense of disquiet or unhappiness, ask what is needed to make sure this one will be different.
This transformation of our mind is a significant theme through the letters of the apostle Paul. He calls us to have the “mind of Christ.”
If you want to be like Jesus, ask questions. The kind of questions Jesus asks in the gospels are fascinating and penetrating.
The main gift God offers to all at Christmas, is the Gospel, the good news of heaven’s willing bankruptcy of itself that we might live.
If you want to share your faith in Jesus, the first step is to understand that it needs to come from a place of relationship with Him.
Sunday Sabbath reminds us to start with God – and when you start with God, you write a very different story to the one you write without God.
Pastor and author Erwin McManus shares how the life of Jesus inspired his new book ‘Mind Shift: It Doesn’t Take a Genius to Think Like One’.
The individualistic, modern understanding of what it means to be a ‘private’ Christian is not Biblical, writes Eliezer Gonzalez.
Sure we might’ve built the Opera House … But while we take the credit, we didn’t design it, writes Sam Chan.
There is a preacher and a story teller in each of us. We need to soften the preacher and develop the story teller.