Growth over Completed Goals

The first half of the year is done, I thought it was a good idea to look back at my goals for the year to see where I’m succeeding and where I need to focus on more. Checking your progress is a good thing as it will keep you on track. I, for one, haveContinue reading “Growth over Completed Goals”

Nothing is Mine, All are Thine – A Poem

If I fret about the uncertain futureWatching, worrying as the days go darkerIf I start to question Your designRemind me that nothing is mine, all are Thine If I try to make sense of the chaosBring me on my knees at the feet of the CrossIncline my heart to abide in the VineRemind me thatContinue reading “Nothing is Mine, All are Thine – A Poem”

Goals over Resolutions

I’m pretty sure the thought of having a new year’s resolution came across your mind this January. We’re all excited for a fresh start, ready to begin day 1. But for some of us, new year’s resolution only lasts the first few months or even weeks. I am not an exception to that, I haveContinue reading “Goals over Resolutions”

Teaching in the Context of the Moment

I just finished reading “Don’t Make Me Count To Three” by Ginger Plowman and I learned a lot about giving biblical discipline to my children. There are a lot of good points in the book and I’m going to share one that stood out for me: it’s teaching in the context of the moment. AsContinue reading “Teaching in the Context of the Moment”

Is Discipleship ONLY for New Believers?

After a person professed of his/her sinfulness and need for a savior and placed his/her faith in Christ alone, this person becomes a new creature as pictured in 2 Corinthians 15:7. Born again…like a baby once more but in a spiritual setting. What does a baby needs to grow? Milk! “As newborn babes, desire theContinue reading “Is Discipleship ONLY for New Believers?”

Thanksgiving 2019: Mark and thank the godly examples in your life

Brethren, be followers together of me, and mark them which walk so as ye have us for an ensample. Philippians 3:17 This was part of the message our Pastor talked about last Sunday morning. I’ve heard this verse more than once and it has always amazed me, I mean, how can someone–a man, tell otherContinue reading “Thanksgiving 2019: Mark and thank the godly examples in your life”

Am I Qualified To Start A Discipleship Ministry?

One of the many reasons or excuses that I’ve heard from Christians on why they don’t have a discipleship ministry or why they’re afraid to start one is this, “I AM NOT QUALIFIED TO DO IT!” I also thought about that as soon as our professor in Evangelism and Discipleship told us to look forContinue reading “Am I Qualified To Start A Discipleship Ministry?”

How Important Is A Discipleship Ministry?

Several years ago, when I took up a 1-year course at Bob Jones Memorial Bible College, I learned about discipleship and its importance. It was included in the Evangelism subject that I took. I must admit, I have almost zero knowledge about the discipleship ministry. I always thought that our involvement in the great commissionContinue reading “How Important Is A Discipleship Ministry?”

Gleaning Gold From Godly Women

When Paul urged the older women to be “teachers of good things” to the younger women on Titus 2, I’m pretty sure Paul wasn’t talking about a one-way relationship. There should be a desire both to teach and to learn. As much as there should be initiative in the side of the older women toContinue reading “Gleaning Gold From Godly Women”