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Investing in the Next Generation

In the Old Testament, when people walked faithfully with God, He chose to bless their descendants. Conversely, when people sinned, their children and grandchildren suffered the consequences. Sadly, some people, like Levi, Samuel, David and Solomon, were so busy leading God’s people that they neglected to raise up their own children to follow the Lord. We cannot remain indifferent to how we live our lives, for they can cause great suffering for those who come after us.

Paul worked hard to preach the Gospel, plant churches and disciple believers throughout his Christian life. Yet he also intentionally invested in the next generation. He took young men like John Mark and Timothy with him on his mission trips so they could continue the work long after he no longer could. When Timothy grew discouraged by the carnality of the people in the church, Paul encouraged him in how to correct them. Oh, that every Christian young man or woman had a Paul to cheer them on when times grew difficult!

“The righteous man walks in his integrity; His children are blessed after him” (Proverbs 20:7, NKJV).

The objective of Winning Ways Foundation is to encourage the youths, with the importance of ministry. To teach and correct the youths that are grieved by the circumstances around them. We urge all our brothers and sisters to hold on to such motives.

The Greatest News Ever Heard

The greatest news that mortal ear has ever heard is the news that Jesus Christ has risen from the dead as He promised! The resurrection of Jesus Christ is the chief proof of the Christian faith. It is the truth that lies at the very foundation of the Gospel. Other doctrines of the Christian faith may be important, but the resurrection is essential. Without a belief in the resurrection there can be no personal salvation. The Bible says, “If we confess with our mouths that Jesus is Lord and believe in our hearts that God raised him from the dead, we will be saved” (Cf. Romans 10:9).

The resurrected Christ also lives today in another very real sense: in the heart of every true believer. Though He is in His glorified body in Heaven, yet through the Holy Spirit He dwells in the heart of every Christian. The Scripture says, “Christ lives in you, and this is your assurance that you will share in His glory” (Cf. Colossians 1:27). The Christ of God, in whom “the fullness of God lives in a human body” (Cf. Colossians 2:9), condescends to live within the hearts of people. This is a mystery that is beyond comprehension and yet gloriously true.