These following posts are adapted from a sermon I gave for the high school group in my home church after they came back from CBM camp (a christian camp for Chinese churches in NorCal).
Before we dive into the topic of spiritual highs and lows, we first need to answer: what are spiritual highs and spiritual lows? These terms aren’t in the Bible, but it’s often used in circles where kids have grown up in church. Continue reading “Spiritual Highs and Lows (Part 1 of 3)”
As a college student, finding large chunks of time to read books outside the bible are few and far between in the midst of homework, tests, ministry, and other extracurriculars. Since it’s summer, it is definitely an opportune time to pursue knowledge and growth. I’d really encourage it! Continue reading “Some Summer Reading, Part II: Chris’ List”
Note: Calvin and I have found increasingly so that this is pretty much Grant’s blog but with Calvin and I as guest posters.
Often times, I find it easy to think that my sins only affect myself and my own walk with God. I also find it easy to think of my sanctification on a very individualistic level. Hey, “against [God], [God] only, have I sinned,” right? Continue reading “Keep a Close Watch on Yourself and on the Teaching”