If you have been struggling about how to have that talk with your son or daughter, Genesis 2:25 might just provide the encouragement to stop being ashamed and afraid, but instead to revel and rejoice in one of God’s greatest gifts to humankind.
This discussion of Genesis 2:18 looks at the first thing in God’s creation that is not good. We see the first foundational truth about the human experience, what God did about Adam being alone, and seven truths from Genesis 2:18 about loneliness.
Do you think that your relationship with God is normal for everyone? Do you think that if others do not share the same experiences with God that you have, that maybe they do not have a relationship with God at all?
In this post, Peter Rouzaud encourages us to see that our relationship with God is completely unique, and this is the way God wants it.
If you get to know people as part of developing your theology, these people will change your theology more than your theology will change people. And that’s a good thing. Add people to your theology. You will never regret it (and your theology will be better too).
Matt Chandler discusses the various church planting and discipleship models, and the pros and cons of these models. Curiously, there is a huge schism over these two approaches today, and generally, this schism seems to follow along generational lines.