When we’re in church on Sunday it’s easy to “feel” worshipful . . . but does our sense of worship carry through the entire week? Or do we leave what we learned from the pulpit at the doors of the church as we head to Sunday brunch?
Some churches observe communion every Sunday, while others do once a quarter or maybe only on holidays. The question is has this time of contemplation and worship become a mere habit? Or does it mean something more
We live in a world of comfort and convenience. We go to church on Sunday when it fits into our schedules. We read the Bible when it doesn’t interfere with our recreation.
When we read about the great heroes of the Bible . . . it’s easy to focus our attention on what those men and women accomplished . . . rather than praising God for His work in and through them! Could we be missing the point?
You may be surprised to hear that the Bible says a lot about your occupation. So often we think God only cares about the spiritual aspect of our lives, but God also cares about our work.
Sometimes work is boring. And at times, the monotony is more than you can bear! Well, even when the routine makes you feel insignificant, you can be sure that your work matters to God!
Names can stick with us for years. Perhaps you’ve had labels, nicknames, or reputations haunt you since childhood. Let's study why Jacob’s name made him an unlikely participant in God’s sovereign plan. Our study of Jacob continues.
Sometimes it can feel like we serve an unseen God. Yet, if we were to look closer, we'd find God is nearer than we think! Join us as we continue exploring the book of Ruth.
When we're in the thick of those disastrous storms of life, we may wonder, "Where's God?" or "Will He rescue us in time?" Today we continue our series by looking at the book of Acts to discover how to weather the storms of today by remembering God's provision of yesterday.