When we make the decision to trust in God, our life starts going in a new direction. We turn away from old habits, and start following a new path.
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.
Galatians chapter five is more than a laundry list of good attitudes to embrace. Let's unravel this complex passage of Scripture describing the fruit of the Spirit.
It’s not always easy to find significance and meaning in the mundane assignments on our plate everyday. Bring new life to your workweek with a thought-provoking study in Ephesians.
If you’ve ever been asked to go against your beliefs to keep your job, you know the tough decision at stake. It’s important to be prepared for those tough choices well in advance.
From the moment we‘re old enough to speak, we’re asked what we want to do when we grow up. And while it’s cute to hear a four-year-old talk about being a fireman or a ballet dancer, it’s a question at the heart of each of our lives, no matter our age.
We all want to make a difference in the world around us. Some minister from the pulpit, others are a voice of reason in politics or the business community. Another helpful discussion on the theology of work.
Whether you’re changing diapers, or sitting in the corner office, your attitude about work matters to God!