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?”
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?”
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”
Elisabeth Elliot (1926-2015) One of my favorite authors and missionaries went to be with the Lord last Monday, June 15, 2015. As much as I am grieving for the loss of a great example, her death reminded me of the life she lived and the legacy she left behind. I got this brief description ofContinue reading “Elisabeth Elliot: Her Life, Her Legacy”
I want you to close your eyes and think of someone, it could be more than one, that annoys you. Maybe, it’s the ways she speaks, the way she acts, the way she dresses, the way she responds to your rebuke and corrections, maybe she’s a bully or it is simply her attitude. Now, doContinue reading “Patience, I need you!”
There’s no better way to start this new adventure towards godliness and becoming a Titus 2 woman than to lay the foundation.
I’m excited to announce another change in my blog. I have done a lot of research on how I could use this blog as a channel of encouragement to others and here you go!