Are you mature spiritually?

Are you mature Spiritually - Peculiar Ministers Christian Movement

To be mature physically means to have the physical features of someone who is old enough to take care of himself. Emotionally, to be mature means to have a high level of emotional intelligence; to know what your emotions are and that of others being handled wisely. To be mature spiritually means to have a … Continue reading Are you mature spiritually?

Stay connected to God

To be connected means to be joined or linked together. To stay connected is the ability to be continuously joined with someone or something. God is our ultimate source, the only source that keeps us charged and alert for whatever may happen in our Christain journey. God is the one that helps us develop into … Continue reading Stay connected to God

The Wilderness Period

Wilderness can be defined as an area essentially undisturbed by human activity together with its naturally developed life community. A wilderness is often a quiet place where most people go for meditation. When a person is in the wilderness period, it simply means that person is shut out from people to focus on God.  As … Continue reading The Wilderness Period

A Prayer Posture

Prayer is a means of communication between God and humans. Prayer is primarily the means of talking to God and getting instructions. It is the biggest secret of great men in the walk with God; giving themselves to prayer just as Acts 6:4 says. Jonah 2:1-10 shows us the communication between Jonah and God. Jonah … Continue reading A Prayer Posture

Discernment in Urgent Times

It is important that I start this article with clarifications of the meaning of some words. In simple terms, discernment means a show of insight and understanding concerning an issue. Urgent means requiring immediate action or attention. To have a "discerning heart" means to have a heart that demonstrates wisdom because issues are meant to … Continue reading Discernment in Urgent Times

The Whole Duty of Man

The preacher (i.e. the main character of the book of Ecclesiastes) at the end of his long existential ponderings and theological philosophies arrived at a conclusion; and the conclusion was this: "Let us hear the conclusion of the whole matter: Fear God, and keep his commandments: for this is the whole duty of man..." (Ecclesiastes … Continue reading The Whole Duty of Man