There are numerous ways a church can pray in order to bless their missionaries. Because the church might not always know those immediate, pressing issues in the missionary’s life, praying from God’s Word is always valuable and applicable in every season and place. Here are seven simple ways to pray for missionaries from Paul’s charge to Timothy (see 2 Timothy 2:1-7).
If you’re creative, a dreamer, a visionary, one who possess the raw talent to get a lot of things done – you’ll face the temptation to forget Who is actually omnipotent and thus bite off a bit more than you can chew.
This short series is an attempt to relieve some of the unnecessary (and unbearable!) pressure we so often place on ourselves by assuming that we possess the incommunicable attributes of God. God is creator. We are creation. God transcends space and time. Not us. God has no limits or potential. Not us. God needs help with nothing. Not us.
The easiest way to define the doctrine of “omniscience” is to “know it all.” The Bible is unmistakably clear that God is the only one who, quite literally, exhaustively knows all there is to know about everything in the past, present, and future.
One of my favorite passages in Scripture is 1 Thessalonians 1:2-10. In these verses, the Apostle Paul gives us a glimpse into the life a church that he is especially thankful for. In describing what it is that he appreciates about this church, Paul has provided us with an ecclesial pattern worthy of imitation. In […]