Waiting for God to fulfill His promises can feel tedious. Sometimes it seems like the only way to get results is to take control ourselves.
It’s difficult to forgive those who have hurt you . . . especially when they are family members—the very people who are supposed to love and support you.
How do you handle those times when yours prayers go unanswered and your expectations fall short? Does it make you less confident in God?
Have you ever gone through seasons of questioning God? When doubts loom larger than the answers?
The Bible clearly describes the character of God. As we study Psalm 131, learn more about God’s role in our lives.
God’s Word has a lot to say about our occupation, and how we spend our time! Let's open up the book of Ephesians.
There are men and women all over the world who show love and kindness, patience and self-control, and yet they don’t have a personal relationship with God.
There is hope in the face of death. Experience a portrayal of Martha, a woman in the Bible who learned an important lesson about grief after her brother passed away.
We all want to say the right thing to someone who’s dealing with the loss of a loved one. We’ll learn that our presence means more than well-intentioned words.
There’s a lot of suffering and heartache in the world. And if we focus on its brokenness for too long, it’s easy to lose heart. Let's study the beatitude, "Blessed are those who mourn, for they shall be comforted." No, the world isn’t a perfect place, but there is hope!
Think you’re not good enough to earn God’s love? The truth is, none of us is good enough! It’s only the grace of God that gives us any hope beyond the grave.