Sometimes in order to understand the stories in the Bible, we need to have a basic knowledge of the customs of that culture.
A person of character doesn’t have to be weak. In fact, a person of character can be shrewd! Find practical wisdom in the book of Ruth.
According to the Bible, God honors those who look to serve others before themselves. Find timeless lessons from the book of Ruth.
Some of the customs in the Bible don’t always make sense in light of the culture we grew up in. But to the men and women in ancient biblical times, they made perfect sense! See one of the ancient customs in action.
Some decisions alter the course of our life forever. It could be a simple choice that doesn’t seem all that important in the moment, but turns out to have great significance in years to come. Let's continue a fascinating study on the book of Ruth.
It’s not easy to express our faith in a culture that adheres to standards that differ from our own. Encouragement for us to consider the environment in which we live.
The culture in which we live has immense impact on how we view the world and how we express our faith. An insightful look at Ruth chapter four.
The stories in the Bible aren’t mere fiction. They’re a historical account of flesh and blood men and women just like you and me! Let's continue an in-depth dialogue on the book of Ruth.
A timely reminder that godly character in a marriage relationship is more important than the momentary butterflies we get when we fall in love.
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.
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."
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.