Helping Christians Grow in Their Walk With Christ
and Serve His Kingdom
Have you every wondered “What is spiritual growth? How do I know if I’m growing in my walk with the Lord? What’s God’s will for me?”
If so, you’re not alone. For years I had the same questions, and my desire to know the answers propelled me halfway across the world to study at seminary. I eventually graduated with 4 degrees, my PhD in biblical counselling.
The Lord has been very gracious in helping me learn and grow, and now I’m blessed to be able to teach what it means to have a biblical foundation for growth.
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I want to help you grow in Christ. That means teaching the word of God as clearly as I can and presenting the word of God in a way that is accessible, challenging and accurate. I want to help you! So, here’s my idea for how I might be able to help.
How did Cherie, a busy mother memorize 32 chapters of the Bible? Is it possible for you to memorize scripture? Read through the methods Cherie used and see for yourself. It is possible. Don’t start with the goal of memorizing 32 chapters, but start with a goal of memorizing a chapter and work from there.
There are times for all of us when our quiet times seem to become laborious. For some reason the joy is gone and opening our Bible every day becomes plain hard work. Distractions seem so interesting, don’t they? Before we know it, our time is up and we need to move on to the next
Despite living in what is possibly the most abundant and prosperous society that has ever existed on earth, we aren’t as thankful as we should be. Thankfulness is not something that comes naturally. This applies to me, and it is probably true of you too. Thankfulness is a theme of the Bible. In fact God
There is no question that prayer is a difficult discipline to develop, but perhaps the biggest reason why this is the case is that it feels fake. I don’t mean that we pray without believing that God hears, but that sometimes we just don’t feel like what we pray is what we are thinking or
The word holy is frequently and rightly used to refer to God (Isa 6:3), but it the Bible also uses the word to refer to believers. In fact, believers are called saints, which is a translation of the Greek word for holy. Paul begins his letter to the Romans referring to those he was writing
I’m reminded of Jesus’ question to the paralytic in John 5:6, “Do you wish to get well?” It seems like an odd question to ask someone that has been sitting on the side of the road asking for money every day for many years. I’m sure the casual reader would think, “Of course he does!
There are lots of things we can focus on in our lives. But there is one main thing that the Lord wants us to pursue throughout our lives – transformation into the likeness of Christ. Therefore, I’m excited to announce an all new FREE training series to help you make your quiet times transformative.