If you are struggling with “going nowhere” in your Christian life right now or with feeling separated from God as a Christian, please read article referenced below.
If you are growing spiritually and discipling others (and all Christians are called to disciple-making), the also please reference the article below. Here’s an excerpt to get you started:
Spiritual stagnation is a problem that will bombard everyone at one point or another. Depression, fears and anxiety gush out, because we feel “separated” from God, from grace. We feel alone, sinful, dirty and unloved—or perhaps unloving.
Part of reason spiritual depression occurs, I am convinced, is because we have a wrong view of Biblical change. We go to God and ask for ways to overcome our problems, our worries. We look to ourselves and our problems and then to God’s word for helps to our problems. Being lost in our issues, we seek help from God.
Keep reading to find out what is wrong and right about this view of Biblical change and how God wants us to grow and overcome spiritual stagnation in our lives. (Hint: It isn’t about you)!