QUYỀN NĂNG CAO CẢ CỦA ĐỨC CHÚA TRỜI Ở VIỆT NAM (Ê-phê 1:4-5)

Suffering in vocational ministry

‘We must suffer without self-pity, resentment, and murmuring, but with rejoicing. Then we advance the gospel.’ ‘As a young pastor, I entered the ministry prepared for the rejoicing but not for the suffering. When the inevitable buffetings and… Read More

Prayer mirrors the gospel: Miller

‘Prayer mirrors the gospel. In the gospel, the Father takes as we are because of Jesus and gives us his gift of salvation. In prayer, the Father receives us as we are because of Jesus and gives us… Read More

A wrong view of maturity: Miller

‘We tell ourselves, “Strong Christians pray a lot. If I were a stronger Christian, I’d pray more.” Strong Christians do pray more, but they pray more because they realize how weak they are. They don’t try to hide… Read More

Redefinition of Success

‘… is there any higher priority in every generation than to stop and pray and consider what it means to do the Lord’s work in the Spirit to the exclusion of the flesh? Many important matters press upon us… Read More

Pragmatism in Practice

‘Let me define what I mean by “pragmatist.” It’s the approach that says a church can use any effective means to win people to Jesus, make disciples, grow the church, or build the kingdom. A church may adopt… Read More

Success: My flesh demanded growth that could be seen

Here is some wisdom for vocational ministry in general and church planting specifically: ·       ‘When God didn’t reward our faithfulness at the church like I thought he should, my anger and despondency revealed a skewed view of ministry… Read More

A Plea for Gospel Sanity in Missions

Mr. Sequeira has a beneficial article that seems to get to the heart of the matter with much of what goes on in the world of missions. He’s a Christian-background Indian who writes here of the abuses he’s… Read More