Ever notice how easy it is to mix up our priorities? It happens when we love things and use people, instead of loving people and using things!
Firestorms often come unexpectedly. And they leave ash, rubble, and devastation in their wake. But within the ruins, we find surprising signs of hope.
What’s your faith look like right now? Is it a small, flickering flame? Or a roaring wildfire? It’s the beginning of a brand-new study, "Unquenchable."
Job’s story has a bittersweet ending. While he wound up with more than he had before, could his new blessings ever replace all that he had lost?
No matter how smart we are, we won’t win every argument. So how can we be humble when we win and gracious when we lose? Let's study the book of Job.
Faith means trusting that God knows how much we can handle, even when we’re in the midst of difficult circumstances. Perhaps you’re wondering if your trial is more than you can bear.
The story of Job brings up a lot of questions, like, “Why would God let all that happen to such a good guy?” Let's jump back into a study in the book of Job.
Compared to the uplifting or encouraging books of the Bible, the book of Job seems to stand out like a sore thumb.
Many of us still carry around the baggage of past disappointments, painful losses, and fresh failures. Feeling weighed down?
Have you ever prayed that a loved one would come to know Jesus, only to see that person move farther and farther away from God? Be encouraged to keep praying, and sharing the Savior.
It’s not uncommon to find walls erected around someone’s heart. These barriers make reaching people with the love of God a bit more difficult. A timely message of hope from the group.
Do you feel unqualified to share your faith? Feel like your weaknesses and flaws prohibit you from evangelism? If that’s the way you feel, you’re exactly the person God can use!
When it comes to sharing our faith, sometimes we’re hesitant to even start the conversation. What if we’re asked a question we can’t answer? We may not be able to offer every solution, but we can point others to the ultimate Answer!