A lot of emphasis is placed upon making the leap from childhood to being an adult. Maturity is an expectation. At some point, if we live long enough, it’s going to seem weird or juvenile if we haven’t “grown up”. The Christian faith also shares this element of maturing and developing. A steady yet sometimes overlooked part of our Christian faith is “growing up” – and it’s not just a solo pursuit. Christians are called to help each other in maturity; a lovely feature of the family of Jesus Christ that I hope we all will be encouraged by.
Author: Ben McEachen
Ben is Deputy Editor at Eternity News and studied theology at Moore College, Sydney. He previously worked as an editor and film reviewer at Empire magazine.