God’s love is unconditional, and His promises aren’t contingent on anything we do. Instead, God reveals His faithfulness to us despite our human weakness or failures.
The power of God’s love draws us to Him . . . even when we’re unaware. But sometimes we fail to feel . . . and know . . . His love.
There's A Little Prodigal In All Of Us Running Away From God And Trying To Make It On Our Own Part 13
You’ve undoubtedly heard the story of the prodigal son. Let's look at a fresh perspective on how this timeless story applies to our relationships.
The romantic feelings expressed at a wedding ceremony don’t last forever. So how do you continue to keep the home fires burning when the realities of life settle in?
A Look At The Issue Of Idolatry In The Old Testament And How It Applies To Us In The Twenty-first Century Part 24
When reading the Bible . . . we often find cultural differences which make it difficult to understand how to apply the principles to our lives today.
Often the circumstances in the Bible seem foreign to us. But when we understand the history and culture surrounding the text, the Bible comes to life with principles that apply even to us today.
It’s difficult to live the Christian life in a culture that’s set against all you believe. A look at the recurring theme of idolatry throughout the Old Testament.
In the book of Judges, a man named Gideon asked God to perform two miracles as proof that God wanted him to take action. Perhaps you’re standing at the crossroads of decision right now.
Have you ever been asked to tackle a job outside your comfort zone, or expertise? Let's take an in-depth look at the process of decision-making.
We’re drawn to a good story. An anecdote that tickles your funny bone, or a plot with a surprise twist at the end.
Have you ever been driving somewhere without your map or your GPS, and gotten lost? Or perhaps you thought you were going south, only to find out you were actually going north the whole time?
Followers of God are given a mandate to seek and save the lost. But if we’re honest, too often our focus remains on our own needs, rather than those who need a Savior.
Jesus’ parable of the lost sheep is a story about God’s love. You’ll hear how God hunts us down, like a shepherd chasing after one of his lost sheep.