Skeptics may debate the validity of Scripture or argue the existence of God, but no one can deny your personal experiences with God. If you tell someone how God worked a miracle in your life, how he blessed you, transformed you, lifted and encouraged you, or perhaps even broke and then healed you, no one can argue or debate it. When you share your Christian testimony, you go beyond the field of knowledge into the realm of relationship with God. These steps explain how to write your testimony. They apply to both long and short, written and spoken testimonies.
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Writing a Christian Personal Statement: Part 2 - Emerging Scholars Blog
I invariably gravitate towards the statement of faith. Unfortunately, not all websites have statements of faith. Of those that do, I find most are sufficient. However, occasionally I will find a statement of faith that is rather generic and woefully insufficient. So, how should we write a good statement of faith? Pray Of course, when delving into spiritual matters and seeking to accurately represent the word of God, prayer should be a part of the process. In fact, it should be the first thing we do.
If someone asked you to tell one story to illustrate how your faith affects your life, or to show what your faith means to you, what would it be? That's the question we invite you to answer for our Faith Journeys series. We're interested in personal stories. You can choose one of the following questions to help shape your story: Was there a moment when your faith was tested, but ultimately deepened? What does your spiritual practice prayer, fasting, meditation mean to you?
Committed to the principle that truth is revealed by God through Christ "in Whom are hid all the treasures of wisdom and knowledge," Wheaton College seeks to relate Christian liberal arts education to the needs of contemporary society. The curricular approach is designed to combine faith and learning in order to produce a biblical perspective needed to relate Christian experience to the demands of those needs. The doctrinal statement of Wheaton College, reaffirmed annually by its Board of Trustees, faculty, and staff, provides a summary of biblical doctrine that is consonant with evangelical Christianity. The statement accordingly reaffirms salient features of the historic Christian creeds, thereby identifying the College not only with the Scriptures but also with the reformers and the evangelical movement of recent years. The statement also defines the biblical perspective which informs a Wheaton education.