Before Bibles were available in print, the Scriptures were read out loud to the people of the church. Let's return to that tradition, as we listen to the first half of the book of Ruth.
The book of Ruth is a rich story of faith and love. Let's read from chapters three and four out of the book of Ruth.
It’s easy to feel removed from the ancient people of the Bible, that their stories are irrelevant to us in the twenty-first century.
There’s no getting around it. Most of life is just plain ol’ difficult! Let's talk about God’s intervention in our darkest hours, and how God works to bring about blessing.
Even when we don’t see it, God is at work, orchestrating His plan in our lives. Enjoy a fascinating discussion based on the book of Ruth.
There are times when love outweighs logic. Our heart takes us to illogical and unlikely places, in spite of the difficulties that may bring. Let's study the lives of these great women of the Bible.
When a man and woman unite in the bond of marriage, they are making a lifetime commitment to one another. Let's discuss the impact commitment has on our lives.
In the book of Ruth chapter one, Ruth tells her mother-in-law, “Where you go I will go . . . Your God will be my God.”
The men and women found in Scripture can act as mirrors. The more we gaze at them . . . the more we see ourselves, and our desperate need for a Savior! Join us for a brand-new series.
If you’ve ever experienced a broken dream, a bitter disappointment, or a crushing regret then you know what it’s like to experience unfulfilled expectations. Let's walk the trail of broken promises Samson left behind him, and reveal how God redeemed each one!
There are some mistakes we may think are past redemption. But when God’s involved, He can use even those most wayward decisions to further His plan! A message of hope.
You may have grown up hearing the story of Samson and Delilah. The mistakes and poor decisions Samson made seem to live on in infamy. In truth, his life serves as a cautionary tale about indulging our sinful desires.
Some chapters of life we’d be proud to share with others. And then there are the pages filled with regret and longing, with wayward decisions we’d prefer not to share with anyone. A lesson from the life of Samson.