Just like those who lived in Old Testament times, we live in a fallen world. Study the book of Ruth for insight into what it means to love others, and to trust God in the twenty-first century.
If we’re not careful, we can misconstrue passages of the Bible, and completely miss the lesson God wants to teach us!
When you’re faced with an ethical decision, how do you go about making the right choice? Don’t miss the helpful discussion.
Are you facing a tough decision today? Character greatly influences the way we make decisions.
Expressing our faith doesn’t mean we blindly follow God. Faith is exercising trust in Him when faced with the unknown.
If you’ve ever traveled to another country, you’ve likely admired the customs that differ from our own.
We all have assumptions about how God should work in a given situation. But so often God doesn’t work in the ways we expect! Don’t miss this helpful discussion.
God doesn’t expect us to sit back and let Him do all the work. We have to do our part too! Explore the different ways God works in us and with us.
When we read accounts in the Bible such as God parting the Red Sea, or Jesus healing the sick, if we’re not careful, we may start to believe God works in radical ways or not at all.
Let’s look at the life of the apostle Paul and find encouragement for getting through the tough days
Sometimes the most profound works of God are ones that no one can see. They are found in the powerful lessons we learn through the difficult moments of life.
God has a loyal love for His children that stretches into eternity! No matter how many times we fail Him, God’s unending love for us never fails! Let's study the Hebrew term "hesed" and what it means for our lives today. Perhaps you could use a word of encouragement today.
There’s a lot we can learn about how to interact with others from the loyal love God shows us personally. Let's unravel the intricacies of the Hebrew term for this remarkable love: "hesed."
There’s no better way to understand the loyal love of God, than to see it at work in people’s lives. Perhaps you, or someone you know, care for an aging parent, or a family member with a difficult medical condition.