We long for the mountain experiences but life happens in the valley. And God meets us there.
How should we approach decision-making and "God's will" when it involves local church and district level elections?
In a world where we are trying to lead, we discover we are really followers.
In ancient Hebrew culture, a person’s name was synonymous with their nature. To know the name was to understand his or her personality. The nation of Israel believed this was also true of God.
“I’ll be praying for you!”
We use this phrase often, and that is not a bad thing. We are called to pray for each other, to “bear one another’s burdens” (Gal. 6:2). This is quite a calling and responsibility.
Q: How are we really supposed to approach God in prayer? When it comes to personal prayer, is there at least one right answer, a simple and profound approach that we can renew our minds with?
In each issue, a forum of pastors, laity, theologians, and church leaders respond to your questions on subjects such as doctrine, theology, Christian living, and the church.
In the summer months of June and July 2007, Olivet, MidAmerica, and Northwest Nazarene Universities hosted regional prayer summits.
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