How to Study the Bible: I use Jordan Lee Dooley’s Brighten Your Bible Study ‘method’ to dig deep and engage my mind in scripture. Below is a template from Cru that will guide you as you learn to understand scripture: Which Bible should you get? Often people ask me “what Bible should I get?”… Read More How to Study the Bible
How could an all-powerful, all-loving God allow evil to exist? Who is responsible for evil? Why does a good God let bad things happen? Why Doesn’t God Intervene to End Suffering?
Urban Dictionary defines Christianese as “the language spoken by Christians. It makes no sense to anyone unfamiliar with biblical texts, but earns you major points in the eyes of other Christians, because it means your words are hella holy.” OK, so the definition above, definitely NOT what Christianity is about! Christianese does not make us “hella holy” nor… Read More Christianese
The reasons for studying scripture expand greater than I can explain in four points. However, this post is to give you, in a nutshell, a taste of the importance of the Word of God. No, you are not saved by how much you read your bible or how much scripture you recite. Ephesians 2:8-9 states “For… Read More 4 Reasons to Study the Bible
Feminism is “the theory of the political, economic, and social equality of the sexes.” Regardless of your definition of Feminism, I think we can all agree the bottom line of feminism in our culture is equality for women. Now, this isn’t some left wing liberal propaganda (or right-wing propaganda, for that matter), but a look at… Read More Is God a Feminist?
Did God really say no sex before marriage? How far is too far? If we love each other, why does marriage matter? These are the questions Christian women ask me regarding sex and relationships. The church uses the blanket statement of abstinence to address sexual purity, and Christian women are left running to secular sources… Read More Did God really say no sex before marriage?
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Your testimony is an important part of sharing the Gospel! It’s your story. It’s how Jesus changed your life! To best share your experience of accepting Jesus into your life, we recommend you organize your thoughts. Below is a sheet that was given to us by CRU Staff at Greek Summit: hope it helps!
Sharing the Gospel by Ashley Hunt, UF Cru Staff Christian vs. Disciple by Isaac Jenkins, CRU staff Chapter Plan: by Isaac Jenkins, CRU staff