The ancient philosopher Socrates was known for using insightful questions to arrive at truth. But God was using this method long before Socrates showed up! Our study of the life of Job continues.
It’s easy to be thankful during the good seasons in life. But when life takes a drastic turn, gratitude doesn’t come so naturally. Let's look at the story of Lazarus, and discover why we grow closer to God in our difficulties.
More than a millennium separates Jacob, the father of Israel, and Jesus, the promised Savior. Let's study one such link between Jacob and Jesus—snakes. Pull up a chair and be a part of the conversation.
Names can stick with us for years. Perhaps you’ve had labels, nicknames, or reputations haunt you since childhood. Let's study why Jacob’s name made him an unlikely participant in God’s sovereign plan. Our study of Jacob continues.
When our son wanders off course, or our daughter makes poor decisions, we may wonder if they have completely missed God’s plan for their life. Offering hope and encouragement for worried moms and dads.
When we hear about the appalling evils at work in the world today, we may be tempted to pray, “Lord, bring your justice.” But what would happen if instead we prayed, “Lord, have mercy”?
Are you a person of routine? Do you find stability in established processes? More from our study in Mark chapter 8.
We go to the doctor for a yearly checkup as a preventative measure, but how often do we conduct a checkup on our spiritual health? Gain fresh insight from Luke chapter 15, and the parable of the prodigal son.
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 often go through life thinking we’re invincible, that we can get through anything if we try hard enough.
It’s in the daily grind where trusting God is the most difficult. Do you have the strength to trust God in good times and bad?