-FAITH And Oligopistos Christians

Are you an oligopistos Christian – a “little-faith” Christian? The Lord used this term to describe some of His followers. While not a very flattering term, it is perfectly suited to those times when He calls to us in the midst of the storms and turmoil of our lives and encourages us to transform our faith by leaning on Him alone, the One who wants to strengthen us and increase our faith. [...]

May 11, 2012

-Self-indulgent worship

I have often heard (and probably often remarked) that the 'worship wasn't my style' or 'wasn't to my taste'. Doesn't it show what a shallow view we have of worship? [...]

June 14, 2008

-Heart of Worship

Worship is not music. Worship is not the time we set apart in our services when we sing a few songs. No, Worship is something much deeper, much more profound. [...]

June 14, 2008

-Preaching God’s Love in Acts?

What was the emphasis in the evangelistic preaching of the Apostles as recorded in the book of Acts? Does the record of Acts support the notion that the central focus of Christianity is one's love relationship with God and personal life enhancement? Or did these disciples of Christ focus on something else? [...]

June 12, 2008