Spiritual Growth

pondering woman

Sometimes the devil has a way of making our lives so comfortable that we develop a mindset in which we think we don’t need God.

kids sitting on bench with open bibles

As Christian parents, we have so much at our disposal spiritually. We must teach our kids the bible, so that they too, can learn to be victorious in Christ and enjoy their lives in the process!

woman looking up with hand on her head

Sometimes we get to a place in our Christian journey, that in order to move forward or take that next step, we need to look back at where God has brought us from.

man sitting reading bible by tree with bible verse

As Christians – God is our peace! All we need to do is cultivate our relationship with Him by spending more time in His Word so we can experience more and more peace in our lives.

confused looking woman

The Christian Identity Crisis seems to be a recurring issues these days. As “Christianity followers” we seem to be confused about who we are.

person walking to end of sinking pier

At a time in our society where people have so many choices when it comes to religion and spirituality, more and more Christians seem to be wavering in their faith and looking for an “alternative” god.

quote of Matthew 4:4

Many Christians just want to accept Jesus and reap all the benefits of a relationship with Him, without really getting to know Him. What we fail to realize is that we can’t truly get to know Him or reap any true benefits of knowing Him, apart from learning the bible.

blue dice with words past present and future

Why do we think that God changes or adapts who He is and how He operates based on the time period, culture, society, or world in which we live?

woman air boxing

According to God’s Word, when we learn to fight spiritually, the right way, then and ONLY then, will we truly be able to stand against the evil of this world.

ladder reaching to the clouds

Not only do we need to trust God to do what He says He will do, but we also need to remember to acknowledge Him in all that we do.

cross in the background with quote of John 13:34

Since when have we become the standard for perfection and holiness? Help me understand how what we’ve become resembles the Christian life?