Mark Chanski- Encouragement Adrenaline for the Soul

Posted On February 24, 2020

On today’s Equipping You in Grace Show Dave and Mark Chanski talk about the importance of encouragement in Christian friendship, the gospel as ultimate encouragement, along with his book, Encouragement Adrenaline for the Soul (RHB, 2019).

What you’ll hear in this episode

  • Why encouragement is so important.
  • What role encouragement has in Christian friendship.
  • The gospel as the ultimate encouragement.
  • What Proverbs 15 evaluator looks like in the Christian life and ministry.
  • How Christians should receive encouragement.
  • Some practical ways Christians can practically grow in encouraging one another to love and good deeds.

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