Helping Others Grow
An estimated 4.4% of the world’s population suffer from depression.
Are you currently struggling with depression in your discipleship journey? Or are you currently mentoring someone who is battling depression every day?
Welcome to the discipleship landscape of today.
Six essential steps to start someone on the road toward Christian maturity.
Two Cru staff members share their advice on discipleship, a commonly used term yet vaguely understood subject. Discipleship is walking alongside someone; challenging them to study and live out the Bible in their life, and to influence others with the gospel.
Even working as a writer for a Christian organization, Rebecca found it hard to reconcile the God she saw who was angry in the Old Testament with the loving Jesus in the New. Until a new resource helped her see the Bible as one big story.
Use these different methods of Bible study to learn more about applying God’s truth to your life.
Surrender control of your challenges to the Holy Spirit.
Shepherding our Gen Zs in Church takes more than just strategies and programmes.
Pulled in all directions, Ashley was near burnout by the end of freshman year. Learn about her journey towards a more fulfilling life on campus.
What exactly is "discipleship?" Why is it messy—and more so—in today's cultural context?
Growing up as digital natives, youths today have the added challenge of navigating the fast-paced world of social media and technology. Added to that is nature's trial of puberty, grappling through identity, emotions and the demands of school and home life. Find out how this impacts their mental health from the professionals as we learn from their experience.
In Galations 6:2 [Amplified Bible], it says "Carry one another’s burdens and in this way you will fulfill the requirements of the law of Christ (that is, the law of Christian love)." As the body of Christ, it is our responsibility to understand what that looks like in terms of mental health. Let's start truly loving and caring for our wounded brothers and sisters, like Jesus would.
The Connected Generation project is a partnership of Barna and World Vision, surveying more than 15,000 respondents, aged 18 to 35, across 25 countries and 9 languages. Here's a reflection on the findings.
Have the rules of engagement changed in campus outreach and discipleship?
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