Dion Steinhauer

Dion Steinhauer

serves as a pastor at Gospel Life Church, Secunderabad, Telangana. He is married to Swetha and they have a daughter.

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Prov. 15:31 – “If you listen to constructive criticism, you will be at home among the wise” (NLT). If you build a ministry where no one can give you feedback,...
“The eternal Son of God, He through whom the universe was made, did not despise the virgin’s womb! What a wonder is there! It is not strange that it has...
“God in Christ takes upon himself responsibility for all the world’s ills. God bears the brunt of suffering and evil by subjecting himself to their cruelty and horror. By so...
In general, the word ‘temple’ refers to a physical sanctuary. But in the Bible, the idea behind a temple is neither beautiful architecture nor a gathering of people to worship...
Christians around the world commemorate the death anniversary of the Lord Jesus on a Friday every year, which is called Good Friday. How could any death be good news? We...
The Christian life is about imitation. We imitate godly examples—whether contemporary or from church history, and we ourselves strive to be examples whom others can imitate. However, even as we...
The Holy Bible is an essential book for all true Christians. It is the basis of our Christian doctrine and life. If we walk into any Christian book store, we...

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Character Matters
James, in his epistle, rightly reminds his readers that the ministry of teaching God’s Word isn’t for everyone. Paul writing to Timothy and Titus emphasizes the characteristics of a Christian leader. The title of the book Character Matters: Shepherding in the Fruit of the Spirit suggests that the author addresses pastors and Christian leaders. Therefore, the character of a shepherd matters and shepherding God’s people as God’s under-shepherds is a work that requires great responsibility. As David Murray rightly said, “the minister’s soul is the soul of his ministry.” Many times, pastors focus on the structure and doctrine of the church. Both...