Marriage is difficult all on its own, but when you don’t share the same theological beliefs with your spouse, the relationship can become even more strained! We’re looking at First Corinthians chapter seven.
As followers of God we look to the Bible for help on difficult topics. But sometimes, we wind up with more questions than answers! Let's study what Jesus said about divorce.
Wouldn’t it be nice if the Bible gave us step-by-step instructions on how to handle the tricky relational situations we face in life? Hear a thought-provoking discussion on what it means to think Christianly in relationships.
There’s comfort in having rules and boundaries. They define what we should and shouldn’t do. Join the study of Jesus’ Sermon on the Mount.
How can followers of God influence society for the better? Let's conclude this section of the study of Jesus’ Sermon on the Mount.
Looking to the Scriptures for direction on what Jesus meant when He prayed “Thy kingdom come” Part 31
When Jesus taught His disciples to pray, He prayed that God’s kingdom would come. Over the centuries men and women have hypothesized about the meaning behind Jesus’ words.
Jesus said the kingdom of God was at hand. And yet, centuries later, we’re still praying the words of the Lord’s Prayer, Thy kingdom come. So how is it possible for God’s kingdom to be established already, and at the same time not here yet?
Just as toddlers push the limits of their parents’ rules, as children of God we tend to look for loopholes in the Law to get our own way. A study of Jesus’ teaching in Luke chapter ten.