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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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Recently a prominent Christian leader made a comment that he knew people in overt sin who had “as good a spiritual life as I do.”1 When a Christian can say someone in wanton sin has as good a spiritual life as we do, we should be alarmed. Statements like this suggest we’ve sacrificed spiritual growth
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