3 Practical Ways to Walk in the Spirit

One of the key principles of living the Christian life is called 
walking in the Spirit

In Romans 8:1, Paul writes, “There is therefore now no condemnation to them which are in Christ Jesus, who walk not after the flesh, but after the Spirit.”

Walking in the Spirit means obeying God and depending on His help.

When we walk in the Spirit, we can experience victory over sin and addictions. We can walk with God in our everyday lives and know His presence. At our 
, we seek to walk in the Spirit.

Ready to get started?

Here are 3 practical ways to walk in the Spirit.

What Jonah Teaches Us About Obedience

Most of us are familiar with the story of the reluctant prophet Jonah. When God commanded him to preach repentance to the people of Nineveh, he refused. Instead, he boarded a ship sailing in the opposite direction. Through a series of remarkable events, Jonah found himself in the belly of a great fish for three days and three nights. Needless to say, Jonah realized the error of his ways, confessed his rebellion, and pleaded for God’s intervention. The great fish spit out Noah safely on shore, and he lost no time taking the next boat to Nineveh. 

What can we learn from Jonah’s life? Here are 3 timeless truths about obedience.

Learning to Love in the Classroom of Conflict

In every relationship, every family, and every church, there is conflict. To be honest, most of us don’t enjoy conflict. It’s messy and uncomfortable. It exposes our weakness and makes us feel vulnerable. 

But God can use conflicts to make us more like Jesus.

What lessons can we learn in the classroom of conflict?