Fire Starters are designed to help you read and study through the New Testament in one year, regardless of when and where you start. But, even if you aren't following the one-year track, you can still select the Fire Starter that corresponds to whatever you are reading in the Bible on any given day. The Fire Starters provide 10 to 20 minutes of study, including the Bible reading.
Many Christians are convinced that they can do whatever their conscience allows. But your conscience is not the final judge, and Jesus' followers are not to live simply for themselves.
Is marriage in your future? Who knows? God does--and He's not anxious about it, so don't you be.
Some people who claim to be Christians seem to think--or at least act--like it doesn't matter what they do with their bodies.
Some people have to hit bottom before they're willing to even consider looking to God and changing their ways.
It's popular advice these days to "be true to yourself." While this may be a well-intended notion, it's not completely appropriate.
People tend to follow rather than lead. In a spiritual sense that's not all bad, since true discipleship involves following Christ and those He places in leadership.
Often, the best known, highest regarded, most sought after ministers are those who demonstrate the sharpest communication skills and seem to posses the most unique insights.
No church is perfect. Most have issues of some sort, and the Corinthian church was no exception.
Ordinarily, it's a good thing to develop skills in as many areas of life as possible.
Among the most effective ways to expand your influence in ministry is to partner with other Christians among whom you receive ministry and to help support those from whom you receive ministry.