By: Tania Harris | God Conversations
Not every Christian believes that I should be leading a ministry or that I should even be an ordained pastor. The church I grew up in believed that church leadership should always be male. The reason I am in ministry today was due to a number of God Conversations that called me to revisit on the interpretation of Scripture I’d grown up with. Continue reading “Why Women Need to Learn in Quietness and Submission”
It’s easy to become distracted and forget that people matter most. They matter more than our busy lives and more than our goals and our dreams. While we exist for God’s pleasure, we experience purpose by caring and loving others. The question is, how do we keep people as the priority amidst so many distractions? Continue reading “Wear Hope-Coloured Glasses”
By: Akos Balogh
According to one of my favourite talk show hosts, Dave Rubin, there’s a bravery deficit across the western world. Continue reading “Christian, Is The ‘Bravery Deficit’ Really A Big Problem?”
What if you could start changing the world, one person at a time. What if it only took the time of drinking a cup of coffee… whilst browsing Instagram? Continue reading “8 Steps to Share Hope on Instagram”
By: Tania Harris
We know that God speaks, but how do we know it’s God we’re hearing? We may have heard the stories of God speaking and the miracles that result. Continue reading “How do you Know it’s God? The Definitive Guide”
By: Akos Balogh
No discipline seems pleasant at the time, but painful. Later on, however, it produces a harvest of righteousness and peace for those who have been trained by it. – Hebrews 12:11 Continue reading “6 Lessons We Can Learn From The COVID-19 Pandemic”
By: City Bible Forum
This simple computer game had sold over 125M copies. It’s engaging, versatile, inventive, and puts you in charge. There are character costumes, themed parties, even international MineCon conventions.
Continue reading “What does Minecraft teach us about God?”
By: Susan Browning
I want to be the one that always says “yes” when He asks.
Continue reading “I Want That… Pick me.”
By: Stephen McAlpine
I now have access to the coveted Gold Lounge. I’m sitting here in the Gold Lounge at the Auckland airport, heading home from a conference, and it’s all hors d’oeuvres, funky drinks, comfy chairs, free everything, and peacefully quiet. Far from the madding airport crowd.
Continue reading “Better Than Access to the Gold Lounge”
By: Brittany Ann
Looking for the best Bible Studies for Women? Here are 10 great topical, book and daily Bible study books your’e sure to love!
Continue reading “10 Best Bible Studies for Women to Help You Grow in Faith”