One recent afternoon I was writing on my Book of Acts Bible study text and I sensed that some of what I was writing could easily be made into a helpful and insightful article. I was so tempted to copy out a section of the study and put it into a file...
I have come to realize that Christianity has developed its own language and its own culture. This might seem to be a good thing because we are called to be different from the world; however, I’m not sure it really is a good thing.
My definition of “ministry” here has to do with “the movement of something from God to a person who has need of that something.”
Usually the fourth column presents itself first. This one has to do with “Man’s Impossible Need”.
Imagine you were to build a house. Hopefully, you would first think it out. Then you would set a foundation and erect the building. When you were done you would have an empty building with rooms or chambers inside. Next, you would fill those rooms.