Life a Weblog for Young Adults
Listen in as Keith Inman at 2008’s Collegiate Week East talks about providing clean and pure water (physically and spiritually) for people in need, and how we as Christians should be stepping into the pain of the world to show what a difference Christ can make.
For those of us struggling with perpetual busyness, the Apostle Paul’s instruction to “pray constantly” (1 Thessalonians 5:17) may not be as out of reach as we once thought. Here are a handful of creative ideas for weaving conversational prayer with God into your daily routine:
For those unfamiliar with the liturgical calendar of the Christian church, one of the most important times of the year occurs during the 40 days leading up to Easter—a season called Lent. For Christians who take this austere season seriously, Lent is more than giving up chocolate; it’s a time of sober reflection on the sacrifice of Jesus; a time when we internalize Christ’s life and death by practicing self-denial and self-reflection.