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Learning To Trust God With Our Finances, Possessions And Desires Part 60

Conclusion of an enriching study on contentment and a solid, biblical perspective on covetousness.

Bringing Jesus’ Parable Of The Prodigal Son To Life Part 26

An eye-opening discussion and how the heartbreaking relationship between father and rebellious son mirrors our own relationship with God.

Unravel Jesus’ Parable Of The Prodigal Son, To Understand The Truth About Freedom Part 27

The desire to be free and independent is deep within each of us. But what is true freedom?

Take A Candid Look At Jesus’ Parable Of The Prodigal Son Part 28

Sometimes we have to go down the wrong road before we come to our senses. Perhaps you have a friend or loved one heading down a destructive path.

Find Life Application For Today In The Ancient Parable Of The Prodigal Son Part 29

When life is going well, we tend to forget God’s been with us every step of the way. And unfortunately, it often takes a major loss to get our attention.

Discover The Truth About God’s Grace And Mercy Part 31

No matter where you’ve been, or what you’ve done, God is waiting with open arms for you to come back home to Him. Find encouragement in a special commentary on Jesus’ parable of the prodigal son.

Let's Continue A Helpful Study On The Theology Of Work Part 24

Whether you’re a full-time professional, or a stay-at-home mom, your perspective on work matters to God! Find practical help if you’re unemployed right now, and are looking for your next assignment.

How The Income We Earn Could Equip Us To Help Others Part 28

Our culture is me-centric. Focusing on what will make me more money and give me more prominence. But those who follow God are called to have a different outlook on life.

A Challenge For Us To Cultivate An Attitude Of Giving Part 29

It’s rare to see someone graciously give to others regardless of their own financial situation.

Encouragement To Cultivate Generosity, In Good Seasons And Bad Part 30

When the economy is under severe strain, and families are struggling to make ends meet, it’s tempting to focus on taking care of ourselves and overlook the needs of those around us.