So many people turn their backs on God out of fear. Fear of losing control. Fear of giving up their freedom and liberties.
Some people enjoy taking risks, the thrill of the unexplored venture, while others prefer to play it safe. Let's take a look at the risks involved in the life of faith.
Parenting isn’t easy! And sometimes, no matter how hard you try, your kids still seem to go down the wrong path. Though raised by godly parents, Samson just couldn’t seem to stay on course. Perhaps you’re struggling with one of your kids right now.
In ancient times, stories were passed around by word of mouth. Even today, families reminisce about days gone by through storytelling. Hear how David’s experiences as a young boy prepared him to be the king of a nation.
So . . . do you read much poetry? In today’s fast-paced world, not many of us have time to slow down and savor a well-written verse.
Stories have a way of communicating more than just words. They enlighten our own experiences and let us step into the experiences of others.
So often we think God can’t use us because of all the mistakes we’ve made. And yet, the Bible has countless examples of ordinary, imperfect people used by a holy God.
It’s not easy making big, life-changing decisions. Especially when we’re having a hard time determining God’s will.
The Bible was written for all of us, not merely for pastors and scholars. Everyone has the ability and invitation to learn from the Scriptures! Do you want to get more out of your Bible reading? Join us as we kick off a new series on the book of Ruth.
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.