Christians, are you tired of living a defeated Christian life?
The Bible reveals the secret to a victorious Christian living is simply to be Spirit-filled and to walk in Him on a continuing basis (Galatians 5:16-25).
While we are indwelt with the Holy Spirit the moment we trust Christ, learning to walk in the Spirit (fully empowered, reliant, yielded to God’s will) is a lifestyle requiring our active participation.
“The Christian life is so simple that we stumble over the very simplicity of it, and yet it is so difficult that no one can live it.” ~ by Bill Bright
To learn more and begin your journey of victorious living in Christ, refer to the following resources from Cru. These are trusted resources from the ministry of Campus Crusade for Christ, International.
- Are You Experiencing the Spirit-filled Life? – a presentation on how to live the Spirit-filled life.
- Holy Spirit and the Spirit-filled Life – discipling concepts on walking by faith in the Spirit (a PDF download).
- Thirsty Devotional – a two-week daily devotional that expands and develops the concepts of the Spirit-filled life.
- Thirsty Devotional – iPad Edition.
EAST wishes all coaches, disciplers, educators, mentors, parents, and teachers a most blessed Teacher’s Day 2016!
“Good teachers are the reason why ordinary students dream to do extraordinary things.” — Anonymous
We are very thankful for the many field supervisors, church leaders and pastors who came for our Field Supervisors’ Tea. Students took time to prepare tea and snacks from their culture. There were testimonies by Nick and Naara about how they found the Lord and His call in their university days in Tibet, and Inner Mongolia, respectively. The afternoon tea ended with prayers of dedication by the supervisors of the students and their ministries.
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“Twin Cultures Separated by Centuries: An Indian Reading of 1 Corinthians” is the latest book by EAST Resident Faculty, Dr Andrew Spurgeon. He works with the original Greek text to discern the commonalities of Corinthian and Indian cultures and applying the epistle’s principles to Indian Christians today. He presents Indian similarities to those in Corinth, moves on to biblical principles the Apostle Paul identifies for the Corinthian church–especially where culture was in conflict with biblical standards–and finally reapplies these principles to the context of life in modern India.
For more details including purchase, visit: www.amazon.com/dp/1783681187/