When someone has hurt us, it isn’t always easy to forgive. And yet God extends His grace and mercy to us every single day.
No matter how hard we try, we can’t earn our way into God’s good graces. It isn’t our church attendance or how often we pray that defines a life of faith.
There’s a battle that has raged for centuries, between the ideas of the world and the truth of Scripture. Let's hold up the doctrines of Scripture to other religious ideas of the ages.
With the help of calendars, we map out our schedule for the days and weeks to come. So how can we plan ahead without bringing additional worry and anxiety to today? Insight from Matthew, chapter 6.
Whether it’s the loss of a job or a crushing diagnosis, bad news comes to both Christians and non-Christians alike. Yet, followers of Christ are called to respond to difficulties, well, differently.
Over the decades, football Sunday has become a national affair. But when we watch sports on a Sunday, does that mean we’re lessening the value of it being the Lord’s Day?
In spite of our hang-ups, quirks, and blatant flaws, God welcomed us into His family with open arms! Our study in Romans 14 continues.
If we practice our faith solely for the applause of others, we’re not being true to God’s calling. When our acts of righteousness come from within, we’re living authentically!
If your boss is stingy with you, you’re less likely to give him a fair day’s work. But if he treats you well, your work will reflect your gratitude! Let's discuss the nature of grace. An encouraging study on the goodness of God.
Hebrews chapter 13, verse 5, says “I’ll never leave you nor forsake you.” But when difficult circumstances arise it’s not always easy to believe God’s promise. We feel forsaken and alone, and faith comes reluctantly.
The Bible tells us that the prayer offered in faith will be answered. So, how do we explain the way God responds to some prayers and not others?
Is faith evidenced by action? Or is faith the absence of action? Throughout history, church members have wrestled over the relationship between faith and works. Let's continue a helpful study on the life and faith of Moses.