There were moments on this trip I wish we could bottle and share with everyone: one of our students getting saved, many students getting right with God, students taking bold steps to talk to strangers about Jesus, many hours serving in a poverty-stricken community, and a powerful foot-washing ceremony. This is the disciple-multiplying process in action.
I view discipleship as loving others more than myself and truly living life with them in a way that influences them to love Jesus more.
During the first half of this summer we'll be going through the book of Titus together on Sunday mornings and talking about what it looks like for us in this moment to take on the challenge of living well and doing good.
While we know about the angels, the shepherds, and the baby in a manger—do we know the whole story?
Baptism is an exciting next step on the Christian journey, and we celebrated with five people who took this step on November 25.
The holidays are amazing moments to establish traditions that showcase Christ in what we do and why we do it. My prayer is that your traditions do just that, and that they build lifelong memories for you and your family.
One recently awarded LIFT grant was requested by Janet Mills for Lebanon County Christian Ministries, where Janet has been volunteering for about 20 years. LCCM is planning to use the grant to help with their new homeless shelter.
Family devotions do not need to be every day, they don’t have to be boring or childish, and they certainly do not need to be hours long. But they should allow for thoughtful conversation, opportunities for everyone to share and lead, and time of just being loved and supported by those closest to you.