In Jesus’s final gathering with his disciples, he offered them a word of encouragement I believe we too can participate in. Jesus told the disciples that he no longer considered them servants. Continue reading Lent 2022 | Day 39: Friend
The word labor can be used to describe a variety of activities. And I’ll leave that up to your imagination what those could be. But regardless of how you envision what the word describes, at its simplest level it will involve effort in order to accomplish the task. We live in a world where convenience and easy access to resources and entertainment are all around … Continue reading Lent 2022 | Day 14: Labor
Yesterday, one of our contributors released his second book. Here at Jeremiah’s Vow we are excited for this great accomplishment for our friend Drew Anderson. Drew’s new book “Reform A More Perfect Union” can be purchased on Amazon! Go grab your copy today (link). As one of our contributors, we celebrate with Drew, and offer his new book as a resource for navigating the current … Continue reading Book Release: “Re-form a More Perfect Union” by Drew Anderson
I subscribe to a website that shows you when e-books get discounted. One day, one of the books on sale was related to discipleship and being able to increase the depth of discipleship in a short amount of time. While on the surface this does not appear to be a problem. I found that the more I thought about it, the less I liked what … Continue reading No shortcuts to a deeper relationship with God
The irony of today’s word focus is not hard to notice! The world has virtually stopped. What was once hustle and bustle has now become still and quiet. This is the world ruled by an invisible adversary. And yet, in the midst of all of this God has called us to be a people who go. Go the extra mile. Go for the sake of … Continue reading Lent 2020 | Day 25: “Go”
A friend posted the following question on Facebook. I wanted to respond, but I did not want to blow up the thread. So, I decided to take some time to think about the question and respond more fully (mainly for my sake). On to the question. Should our focus lean more towards training church members to invite someone to church so they can hear the … Continue reading Why is our evangelism broken?