Tag Archive: Jason Helopoulos

Jun 19

Jason Helopoulos – Persistent Prayer to a Loving Father

Persistent prayer proves hard for many Christians. We may labor on our knees for years as we pray for our unbelieving child, an empty womb, our spouse to be converted, the friend battling cancer, depression to no longer have a hold, a sin to lose its grip, or the gift of just one good friend. …

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Apr 16

Jason Helopoulos – An Indispensable Virtue

In Isaiah 66:2, the LORD declares, “This is the one to whom I will look: he who is humble and contrite in spirit and trembles at my word.” Humility draws the gaze of God.1 James explains, “God gives grace to the humble.” What large promises are attached to the virtue of humility! My friends, do …

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Feb 10

Jason Helopoulos – Worth It

When individuals embark upon a life of discipleship in Christ, they commence a life of sacrifice. Our Lord said, “If anyone would come after me, let him deny himself and take up his cross, and follow me” (Matthew 16:24). This fills some with hesitation. Yet, what we forsake is mere trifles compared to the treasure …

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Jan 16

Jason Helopoulos – The Uniqueness of Christian Parenting

There is something wonderfully unique about Christian parents. Christian parents seek to maintain a counter-cultural flavor even as we seek to prepare our children for entrance into that culture as fully-functioning adults. They seek to prepare their children for life on earth at the same time as they are seeking to prepare them for life …

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Dec 25

Jason Helopoulos – Thought of Thoughts

One of my seminary professors would routinely tell his students, “The most important thought that you will ever have is the first thought you have when you hear the word, ‘God.’” I think that he is correct. Our first thought about God tends to dominate our lives and living more than any other. I would …

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Nov 16

Equipping You in Grace Podcast – Jason Helopoulos: The New Pastor’s Handbook

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May 12

Jason Helopoulos – 10 Principles for Christian Husbands & Fathers

Most Christian men in theologically conservative circles embrace the biblical truth that they are to lead their families in Christ. Though most embrace this reality and are convinced of its necessity, it is equally true that most of us are not quite sure how to do this. Too few of us grew up in Christian …

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Apr 17

Jason Helopoulos – Adoption: A Real Question Many Have

Adoption is growing in Christian circles. And in my opinion, that is a good thing. Though I may be a little biased–our two children are adopted. There are many young Christian husbands and wives currently wrestling with whether they should adopt. And in that wrestling different concerns rise to the surface and need to be …

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Apr 14

Jason Helopoulos – Rejoice in the Midst of Suffering?

We only need to read the headlines in the morning paper or turn on the evening news to have confirmed what we already know to be true, suffering is an ever-present companion in this world. As a result of the Fall, every individual throughout the history of humanity has known suffering and Christians are not …

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