Where does understanding justice begin? The term “justice” begins with God. Justice is rooted in the character of God and is not an outside principle to which He must conform.
Through supporting Insight for Living Canada you can facilitate the discipleship of others and have an active part in fulfilling our Lord’s commission here in Canada through your prayers and gifts. Will you reach out and support us so others can be supported too?
At Insight for Living Canada, we are committed to discipleship—both being disciples and making disciples. We know Chuck Swindoll’s clear, accurate, and practical Bible-teaching have helped thousands, if not millions, of Canadians understand how to understand and apply God’s Word to their lives.
How long would it take to evangelize the world if we were to actually do what Jesus said and if each year every disciple made another disciple who made another disciple?
Almost 35 years ago, Insight for Living Canada was established to help Canadians be disciples and make disciples—in other words, be someone who follows Christ and be someone who helps others follow Christ.
Many people think that saying “God is sovereign” is the same as saying “God is in control.” It isn’t. The sovereignty of God refers to His position of supreme authority and power.
If I am going to lead others I must connect with them. Listening is connecting. Connecting is the key to influencing. Influencing is leading. If I don’t listen then I don’t connect and I won’t lead.
The many different contexts, conditions, and types of prayer found in Scripture all boil down to talking to God. Biblical prayer involves three essential and interdependent elements: our assumptions, attitudes, and actions.
It occurred to me that riding a bike with training wheels is like learning to say prayers.