Not all Christians can be trained as professional counsellors. Yet everyone in the church can prayerfully offer wisdom and guidance, or a compassionate ear.
Ubuntu is evident in Africa, but not so much among African churches. If we’re going to fulfil the great commission, we need more more church partnerships.
Investing relationally in Christian community may be costly, sometimes limiting opportunities for work. But it’s fundamental to Christian faith and growth.
When last did you examine ministry fundraising in light of the Bible? The Dorean Principle does just that, suggesting most of us exchange money for ministry.
All churches need to raise money, for covering various costs. But does the Bible tell us how to do this? Are there wrong approaches?