Posts tagged serving
What to Expect in Discipleship

Discipleship is biblical, l and these are just a few ways our college staff seeks to model Christ to others. It would be wise to consider approaching an older man or woman and inviting them into your life. If nothing else, you may at least end up with a free meal.

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Book Reviews

This is a review of two excellent books on very important topics, relationships (When People are Big and God is Small) and food (Confessions of a Food Catholic). Hopefully this encourages you to read these book that could make a great impact in your life.

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The Benefits of Radix

The small group setting allows us the opportunity to pray together, unpack Scripture as we walk through a particular topic, and work through practical scenarios through the lens of Scripture.

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Book Review - Adopted for Life

This is a book review. The review of Adopted for Life and Confession. Hopefully this review helps you to meditate on God’s adoption of His children.

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What is "Legalism" Anyways

The word ‘legalism’ is thrown around so much both in Christian and even non-Christian circles, it has become muddy to say the least! And in many cases a misunderstanding of this concept has damaged believers’ personal relationships with God and relationships with others as well.

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Biblical Counseling Versus Secular Counseling

What is secular counseling and how does it differ from biblical counseling? Let us quickly look at just a few difference and learn how God’s way is better than man’s way.

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Adoption

God has good works for us. We must be a people who walk in them for the good of others and the glory of Christ. This is the continuation on the topic of Christlike service. We will look at what the Bible say about reaping what you sow, Christ’s humility, and favoritism.

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The Heart of Service, Part 2

God has good works for us. We must be a people who walk in them for the good of others and the glory of Christ. This is the continuation on the topic of Christlike service. We will look at what the Bible say about reaping what you sow, Christ’s humility, and favoritism.

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Sowing and Reaping

“You reap what you sow, serve in the Spirit and gain grand reward!"

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The Heart of Service, Part 1

We are commanded to serve God and man. The Bible says much in this area. Read this article to be challenged on how you can grow more like Jesus in your service in this two part article.

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We Serve God by Serving Others

God is far more interested in why you serve others than in how well you serve them. He’s always looking at your heart, serving willingly and eagerly out of love for Jesus and gratitude for all he’s done for you.

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Uniqueness in Singleness

Seasons in life are inevitable: whether it’s becoming an adolescent or an adult, getting married or becoming a parent. These transitions are marked by a specific age or a concrete life change. But there is another transition that takes place, though no outward change is visible: when one goes from “student” to “single.”

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Should I Be Content with My Singleness?

For the single person there is a tension in learning to embrace singleness while still holding to a biblical view of marriage and even desiring it. Is it discontentment to want to be married? This article by Betsy Childs Howard is very helpful and encouraging to the person who desires to honor God in their singleness while simultaneously still hoping for marriage.

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Hospitality

If you are thinking, “This article does not apply to me because I do not have a house,” I would like to encourage you by saying that you do not need a house to be hospitable.  If you have a place to lay your head, you can love strangers with what God has given you.

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Singleness

When I was a college student, I had expectations that my life would look a certain way in a few years – I would work until I got married and then be a stay-at-home mom. Well, neither am I married nor am I a mom…

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Giving During the Poorest Season of Your Adult Life

Not only does God want us to give to others, He wants us to give with a cheerful heart. In fact, 2 Corinthians 9:7 goes so far as to say that God loves a cheerful giver. If we give but do so with pride, anger, or guilt, it is not an act that God loves.

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