The new normal relegated GCN’s events and training sessions to Zoom for another year during 2021. Though the events were remote, GCN is still able to serve those who serve the church.
But if we have understood the gospel, our family life will be radically different from the world around us. We will see the home as “frontline” ministry. We will see our family as the greatest opportunity for discipleship and evangelism that God has given us.
[Part 2] A conversation with three guests addressing the various questions about Biblical Counseling.
A conversation with three guests addressing the various questions about Biblical Counseling.
It took courage for Li Mei to share her depression. Instead of help, she was met with a lack of compassion and understanding. Li Mei felt shame and hopelessness. She looked into my eyes and asked, “Where do I go for help if my church is not willing?”
Let’s set the scene. It’s a Friday evening, I’ve enjoyed a really good meal. The working week is over. I have a pleasant weekend planned, filled with catch-up calls with friends and sleep to catch up on. Life is relatively comfortable at the minute. And yet I can’t shake this feeling at the back of my mind that I’m just waiting for the other shoe to drop. The goodness of any given moment is slightly marred by the anticipation of something bad approaching.
Amazingly, the gospel is not just good news for the non-Christian but the Christian as well. It is not just a milestone that you achieve. It is an epicenter that you need to constantly stand in, stand on, and stand for.
Kathmandu, the capital city of Nepal has been hit with the pandemic like the rest of the world. Watch this video to find out about City to City Nepal’s two-fold response to the pandemic.
The Gospel gives us a new perspective of the Chinese culture and what every family reunion points to – the ultimate reunion with God – the true harmony of an everlasting family.