Fleeing temptation crucial to faithful Christian life, student ministers advise

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No believer is immune from temptation, but students face an especially challenging culture. To successfully resist temptation, believers must commit to obedience and set strong boundaries, leaders say.

“Believers in Christ need to be prepared, equipped and protected as they live out the life God has called them to live and to be a part of His Kingdom-mission work,” said Ryan Gray, minister to college students and single adults at First Baptist Church Montgomery.

“Most of us have probably heard the cliché phrase, ‘In the world, but not of the world,’” he said. A better paraphrase might be, “Not of the world, but sent into the world.”

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This article was originally published at TheAlabamaBaptist.org.

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