What does it mean to “walk with God”? Often the Bible uses metaphors to describe the Christian life. And sometimes, they can be difficult to apply to real life.
What makes a marriage last . . . through good times and bad? The foundation of a marriage between two followers of God is a promise.
Have you ever been passed up for a promotion? Perhaps you’ve been displaced by someone younger or with different qualifications. If you’ve ever felt the pain of rejection . . . you’ll appreciate the way Samuel handles this very situation.
The story in the New Testament of the prodigal son isn’t intended to focus solely on the younger brother and his strained relationship with his father.
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.
Let's look at the commitment Ruth made to her mother-in-law Naomi, to care for her well-being until her death.
Making a lifelong commitment, and keeping it, isn’t easy! Especially in a culture that says we can break those promises whenever the pressure’s too much to bear.
How would you describe a wise person? Is it someone who knows a lot? Maybe it’s a person with important things to say? We’re looking at another important aspect of wisdom.
A famous journalist once said about sincerity, “If you can fake it, you’ve got it made.” But is sincerity something you can really fake?