Some Neglected Aspects of Discipleship

To my readers in their 20s and 30s, if you haven’t taken my super quick survey yet, PLEASE do so here. It will only take you a second. Now here’s today’s post. – On the day she first met Jesus, Mary of Bethany helped her sister Martha prepare a meal for Jesus and His disciples. [Read More...]

An Important Question for Christians in Their 20s & 30s

As many of you know, I started using Instagram recently, and I’ve enjoyed connecting with many of you there. (If you’re new to the blog, you can join me on Instagram at frankaviola.) In that connection, I’m conducting some new research on Christian Millennials (which many of you are). So in today’s post, I want to [Read More...]

A University to Check Out

For those of you who are interested in taking classes from a Christian university, you’ll want to read today’s post. I caught up with the folks at Spring Arbor University in Michigan. Here’s what they had to say about their school. Enjoy! Tell us a bit about Spring Arbor University (include where it’s located, courses [Read More...]

The Eternal Purpose

Ask the average Christian today, “What is God’s Ultimate Purpose?” Most will give one of four answers: 1. To save the lost. 2. To make disciples. 3. To make the world a better place. 4. To glorify God. According to the whole sweep of Scripture, each of these answers is incorrect. Each answer points to an aspect of God’s Ultimate Purpose, but none of [Read More...]