About two years after I became a Christian, I sensed the tug on my heart to be in pastoral ministry. Early on as a new Christian, I desired to not only preach God's Word, but to counsel God's people. For me, however, the latter has always been tough for me, since I'm naturally an introvert. … Continue reading Ministry Shouldn’t be Entered Hastily
In Philippians 2, the Apostle Paul is encouraging the believers at Philippi to be unified. He exhorts them to have the same mind, same love, and be in full accord and of one mind (v. 2). Right before that, though, he tells them to “complete my joy.” What should we take away from this? It … Continue reading Do You Take Joy in Seeing Unity in the Church?
If you’ve peaked your head into the news realm in the past few years—specifically as it pertains to evangelicalism—you will undoubtedly see the discussions centered around one concept: social justice. (Even though I don't think this is a good term to use, we will use it for the sake of the argument.) Whether we believe … Continue reading How Should We Handle the “Social Justice” Debate?