Some common questions we often hear: What is discipleship? How do we make disciples? Who is responsible for discipling others? What’s the difference between evangelism and discipleship?
We need to take a new pathway to creating interpersonal relationships with young people that connect them to the love, grace, hope, and peace we have experienced through a personal relationship with Jesus.
How can grandparents use their “grand positions” to the best advantage? God’s Word says that grandchildren are “a crown to the aged” (Proverbs 17:6). I believe we wear that “crown” by actively investing in their lives. There are five tools I’ve found helpful in being a grandparent or adopted grandparent:
Grandparents have another magical ingredient that parents often lack – TIME. Kornhaber has found that children who are close to at least one grandparent are more emotionally secure than other children; and they have more positive feelings about older people and about the process of aging.
Without a doubt, the thing we most hope to leave our children and grandchildren is a spiritual legacy that lives on in subsequent generations.
I find too many believers are struggling with personal issues taking away the joy of their salvation. And then there are the many believers who have conflicts with others in the church. We may have forgotten what the Apostle Paul said to the Ephesians: “And be kind to one another, tenderhearted, forgiving one another, even as God in Christ forgave you”.
To share our faith, all we need is a willingness to tell other people about what we have discovered and how God has worked His will in our lives.