No one is immune to making mistakes, including the pastors and those in leadership positions at church. Whether you’re in a leadership position or not, you’ll find help in today’s discussion.
The Bible says we’re to reflect the fruit of the Spirit in our lives—love, joy, peace, goodness. But how do we turn these into actions? Let's study the Scriptures to find practical application for our lives today.
Love, joy, peace, patience . . . these are important qualities to have not only in yourself, but in the church you attend.
Ever compare yourself to those around you and feel like you’re missing the mark? Well, according to God’s Word, our focus should be on the growth in our own life. Let's continue a series of discussions on the fruit of the Spirit, and how they are evidenced in the life of a follower of God.
Do you know someone who acts like they’re better than everyone else? Perhaps they speak to people in a condescending way. Or they’re always finding fault in what those around them are doing.
If someone you love is hurting, you want to do anything you can to help ease the pain. Let's continue our in-depth discussion on the fruit of the Spirit.
It’s common to commit the fruit of the Spirit to memory, love, joy, peace, patience. But have you ever wondered how to live those attitudes out?
When you accept God’s love, grace permeates your life and changes you. Let's look at the account of Zacchaeus.
It’s easy to get caught up in the difficult circumstances of life, and miss seeing the good that comes out of hardship.
We have an inherent tendency to try and do things on our own. And often it leads to a life that weighs us down rather than lifts us up.