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Do you often find yourself paralyzed by anxiety and fear? Join us in this 5-day study from the book of Philippians to discover how you can find joy, peace, and hope even in the midst of trials and difficult circumstances.
In Philippians, Paul says he considers it a “privilege” to be able to suffer for Christ. This might seem puzzling for those of us who are struggling to stay afloat, unable to see how any of it could be for our good. If you’ve ever wondered why God allows us to suffer, join us in this 5-day study to discover the secret that Paul discovered through the trials he faced.
What comes to mind when you think of the word “fellowship”? Is it just about fun and games, or hanging out with people at church? If you’ve ever wondered if there’s more to the Christian life than that, join us in this 5-day plan from the book of Philippians where we’ll discover what true, biblical fellowship looks like.
Someone once said, ” The tongue has no bones, but is strong enough to break a heart. So be careful with your words.” How true. If even James, the half brother of Jesus, affirmed this truth in his letter some 2000 years ago to Jewish believers dispersed in the face of difficulties, it’s time we recognize the power of the tongue.
James, the half-brother of Jesus writes in his capacity as a pastor to encourage and exhort his people dispersed in the face of difficulties. The primary theme of the letter is on living out one’s faith, being a doer and not just a hearer of the word. Though our context may be different, every single lesson still applies today.
Living in the 21st century as a Christian is hard. So was it for the Jewish believers some 2000 years ago. That’s why James, the half-brother of Jesus, wrote a letter to encourage the believers then to press on in their trials. There’s much to learn and take heart from his letter, because the very same lessons still apply today.
It’s the most wonderful time of the year. Not because of the gifts we will receive, but because of the greatest gift we have already received. Join us as we consider why we celebrate Christmas and why Jesus is truly the greatest gift we can ever receive.
Join us as we ask questions about life. Here’s five pieces by fellow young people on topics that are close to our hearts. May these help you make sense of all that you’re experiencing in life and draw you closer to Jesus. He’s the one who gives meaning to life.
YMI (which stands for Why Am I?), is a platform for Christian young people all over the world to ask questions about life and discover their true purpose. We are a community with different talents but the same desire to make sense of God’s life-changing word in our everyday lives.