Category - Character Development


Discipleship Crisis?

“Theology in the twenty-first century is in crisis… Globalization, postmodernism, intellectualism, secularization, and other buzzwords are quickly held responsible for this crisis. Christian theology, it appears, has simply become too large, too divided, too abstract, and too worldly to connect God and a pluralistic reality.” (Vondey, 2010, p. 2) Reflecting on the 2016 Australian census with …


Character Development Sermons

Have you checked our latest sermons on character development? In these messages, we are asking:What will it take to BE, God’s version of you and ME? Click here to check our sermons


Depth of Character

Superficiality is the curse of our age. The doctrine of instant satisfaction is a primary spiritual problem. The desperate need today is not for a greater number of intelligent people, or gifted people, but for deep people… I want depth; I don’t want heights. I want substance; I don’t want speed. I want fulfillment in …


Character Development Part 4: Character Assessment

For if you possess these qualities in increasing measure, they will keep you from being INEFFECTIVE AND UNPRODUCTIVE in your knowledge of our Lord Jesus Christ. In our previous blog we looked at the second letter of Peter and discovered our awesome possibility in God; that being, a Jesus-like character. To progress towards our-possibility-in-God, we need to discover …


Character Development Part 3: Your-possibility-in-God

Do you know what God thinks of your possibility-in-him? The bible sketches out God’s dream for our character, our possibility-in-Him; what we ‘could BE’, and ‘ought to BE’. This is what God thinks of, when he thinks of you… In the second letter of Peter chapter 1, we learn that God has designed us to …


Character Development_Mentoring

Check out our Podcast page for the latest message by Suzie Botross on mentoring… A proven biblical strategy to help you develop your character— not just your reputation! Click here to listen to the message online.


Character Development Part 2: Possibility

If our possibility inspires our activity, then we need to get a glimpse of our possibility; meaning, what we ‘could-be’ in God. On the June 23, 1940, Wilma Rudolph was born prematurely; the 20th of 22 children. The bulk of her childhood was spent in bed. She suffered from double pneumonia and scarlet fever, and …