Frank Viola is the author of over 12 books, all on the deeper walk, Christology, and ecclesiology.
Viola has spoken in conferences all across American and the world.
You can find his website at frankviola.org
Gmail is a great email service, except for one thing. The Promotions folder.
This makes it one of the worst email services around.
You see, the Promotions folder is really an extra Spam folder.
And Gmail frequently puts valuable emails that you have subscribed to into the Promotions folder.
It’s problematic because many Gmail users (1) don’t know where the Promotions folder is and (2) they rarely, if ever, check it.
The result? They miss valuable emails they want to get.
So here’s a solution. First, you need to find the Promotions folder.
If you use a computer or tablet, the Promotions tab is on the top right of your inbox.
If you use a phone, look for the 3-lined menu icon on the top left. Click it and you’ll see the Promotions folder.
If you see an email there that you subscribed to, drag the email into your Primary tab inbox (to the far left).
Click “Yes” in the yellow box to have all my emails moved automatically to your Primary inbox.
You can even delete the “Promotions” folder so you don’t have to worry about important emails hiding in it ever again.
1. Go to “Settings” on the right top corner.
2. Click “Configure Inbox.”
3. Then uncheck every folder except for “Primary.”
Problem solved. See image below.
If you choose to keep the Promotions folder, check it daily.
Time-sensitive emails often go in it. Emails you signed up to receive.
The deeper Christian life? What is it?
Truth: Christianity today is an inch deep and 10 miles long.
Truth: Shallowness and superficiality are in vogue today and mark most of what goes on under the banner of “Christian.”
Truth: To paraphrase the late A.W. Tozer, the majority of Christians are spiritually retarded, most churches are spiritual nurseries, and God’s people remain on a steady diet of milk and junk food.
But there are those who crave a deeper expression of Christianity.
They long for what A. Murray dubbed “the deeper Christian life.”
Is that you?
Are you seeking the unsearchable riches of Christ?
Are you desiring to know the depths of God’s Eternal Purpose?
Are you interested in living by the indwelling life of Christ?
Do you know want to know God in a deeper way?
Do you feel alone in your spiritual walk?
Are you seeking others who are also on the deeper journey?
Then The Deeper Christian Life Network is for you.
Take a look at this video.