Jesus best habit, the focus of his entire ministry, was on redeeming people. He continues to do this today.
Jesus was a good teacher, and he commissioned his disciples to teach as well. How can we go about doing this?
We talk about being hospitable as an important practice a lot, but Jesus had a habit of receiving hospitality. In what ways could this practice be beneficial for us?
Repeatedly in the Gospels, Jesus would find a place to be alone with God and pray. What could it mean for us if we did the same?
The book of 1 Peter deals with the idea that we are strangers in the world. What does this mean for disciples?
Whom shall I send? Who will go for me?
Here am I. Send me!
Sometimes the solution is not to avoid the fire, but to walk right into it. Dale takes a look at how God may be calling us to do just that.
What is God like?
Jesus answers that question in Luke 15.
Some of the people Jesus encountered were attracted to him, and some of them were frustrated with him. What do the people in these groups have in common?