• Tullian Tchividjian
    In becoming a Christian, we don’t need to retreat from the vocational calling we already have—nor do we need to justify that calling, whatever it is, in terms of its “spiritual” value or evangelistic usefulness. We simply exercise whatever our calling is with new God-glorifying motives, goals, and standards—and with a renewed commitment to performing our calling with greater excellence and higher objectives.
  • Greg Laurie
    Are you a disciple? Just because you are a Christian doesn’t necessarily mean that you are a disciple. Every disciple is a believer, but not every believer is a disciple.
  • Charles Stanley
    Asking in Christ’s name has two meanings.
  • Charles Stanley
    On any given day, we may encounter frustrating people and situations, such as the slow driver, mischievous child, or uncooperative co-worker. We may feel like lashing out, but God wants us to stay calm and be patient with everyone (1 Thessalonians 5:14). Why should we want to develop patience?
  • Chuck Swindoll
    Following Christ is a costly, unselfish decision. He says: "If anyone wishes to come after Me, he must deny himself, and take up his cross daily and follow Me."
  • Mike Fabarez
    Much like a leisurely float down a meandering river, if we choose to relax in the Christian life we can be assured that the tide of our culture and the tug of our flesh will draw our hearts and minds away from God’s truth and further down the stream of unbelief and compromise.
  • Jack Graham
    I see so many Christians today who divide up their lives into tightly packed little compartments: the sacred and the secular. They have their sacred life at church, and they do their business with the world the rest of the time.
  • Charles Stanley
    There is a common misconception that believers should be perfect. Pretending to have our lives in order, many of us wear happy faces and speak words that sound acceptable. Salvation through Jesus, however, doesn’t change the fact that sin is present in our life.
  • Charles Stanley
    Jesus’ assertion that He was the Son of God incited fury in the religious leaders. Yet His explanation of all that His Sonship entailed helps us understand how we are to behave as God’s children.
  • G. Campbell Morgan
    Disciple is the term consistently used in the four Gospels to mark the relationship existing between Christ and His followers.