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.
None of us witnessed God parting the Red Sea, nor did we see Jesus forgive and heal the lame man . . . but God still answers our prayers in our generation.
God is our hope! Whatever situation you’re facing today, you can have confidence that He will be faithful. Let's look at the Israelites flight from Egypt and find lessons on faith that apply to our lives right now.
The story of the Israelites’ freedom from slavery in Egypt is a great example of God’s faithfulness. But while it was happening, the Israelites had no shortage of complaints for God!
Communion is a Christian tradition that goes back to Jesus Himself. But did you know that Jesus was drawing on another tradition that dates back even further?
Can you ever mess up so badly that God won’t forgive you? You won't want to miss the discussion on this relevant topic.
The Promised Land was a land of prosperity and blessing that God promised to the Israelites. Let's study Hebrews chapter eleven to gain understanding of why Moses wasn't permitted to enter the promised land.
In order to cultivate a relationship with God we need to be willing to turn our backs on the sin in our lives.
When we choose to follow Christ, we’re called to put behind us anything that could hinder our relationship with Him. Let's look at the Israelites flight from Egypt, and find that not only did they leave their past behind, but they found a great new beginning with God!
Sometimes the things we do become so routine, we forget why we’re doing them! Don’t miss the discussion on the purpose behind communion.
Looking at the very first Passover to find parallels with Jesus Christ as the ultimate Passover Lamb
When we read stories in the Old Testament we sometimes forget they’re part of the big picture God laid out over the course of the Bible. An insightful conversation connecting the Old and New Testaments.