Gary Wilkerson discusses the unique nature of depression for church leaders.
Subscribe to receive daily encouragement to help you live a transformed life in Christ.
Today’s church is full of silent saints who don’t want to make waves. After all, nobody wants trouble! But some of the disciples were big troublemakers. Paul and Silas walked in the power of the Spirit and “gave their lives for the name of our Lord Jesus Christ” (Acts 15:26).
If one gives an answer before he hears, it is his folly and shame.
There's often a snake in the garden—a difficulty in your life to battle. And in those times, you can wrestle with temptation. Usually, these struggles are tied to a core wound or trauma you haven't found healing from.
Near the beginning of Jesus’ ministry, a group of religious people got so mad at him that they tried to kill him. While preaching in the synagogue in Nazareth, the town where he grew up, Jesus said something so offensive to his listeners that they formed a lynch mob.
“Deep in my heart I am convinced that this vision is from God, that it is true, and that it will come to pass,” David Wilkerson wrote in 1973. “Yet this vision has caused me to do some very real heart-searching.”
Through your partnership World Challenge has been on a mission spreading the Gospel and alleviating the suffering of the poor for over 40 years. Active in over 40 countries around the world – the gospel is being spread, widows needs are being met, orphans are being taken in, and those living in poverty are being uplifted through our innovative programs.
No front page content has been created yet.