We often skip over Jesus’ declaration of His authority in the Great Commission, but our efforts won’t work without His power. The authority of Christ means we should not fear what this world can do to us, but it also implies we shouldn’t drag our feet with what He has called us to do.
Christian college students have a unique opportunity to live for Jesus at that stage in life at a more intentional and intense pace than previously able. Many fail to thrive during those years, even though the potential is unlike any other time.
I’m a disciple of Jesus, husband to Amanda, dad to the Agnew 3, and Lead Pastor of Rocky Creek Church in Greenville, SC.
I hope the resources on this site can help your personal discipleship.
We often speak of the individualized side of following Jesus to warn others from a false belief of inheriting the benefits of another’s devotion, but we also miss something. One Christian’s growth should help build the rest of us up.
Exodus 2:11-25 – Moses desired to deliver God’s people through his strength, but his efforts would never suffice. If God calls us to something great, we must realize His power must accomplish it.
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This resource can help a couple prepare for a godly marriage.
In this course, students are introduced to Christian Missions through a brief examination of biblical and theological foundations, historical missions, modern missionary practices, and the future of missions around the world.
In the Book of Exodus, we discover a relentless God who will do whatever it takes to redeem hopeless people in inescapable bondage. God delivers us so profoundly that we should devote our lives wholeheartedly to Him.