In a discussion about building a strong and vibrant marriage, Alice Mathews said . . . “Strong partners operate together. You’re in sync together, and you don’t do things to hurt the other part of the body.”
Reflect on a familiar New Testament story. In a culture that looks down on those less fortunate, followers of God have a higher calling.
Do we own possessions? Or do our possessions own us? Part of an in-depth study on the tenth commandment, “Thou shall not covet.”
Our parents care for us when we’re young, and then as we grow older, the roles are swapped and we end up caring for them. If you have elderly parents, you’ve probably worked hard to make sure they feel loved and cared for.
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.
How justice, mercy, and grace are displayed in perfect harmony through the person of Jesus Christ Part 6
There are events in life that call for justice. Other times, we’re desperately seeking mercy. And almost every day, we’re in need of grace!
Jesus wants to shower you with His mercy. But first, He has some questions for you to answer. The two probing questions that Jesus asked of those looking for mercy reveal our faith and trust!
What is the one thing you ask God for the most? Protection for your family? Food on the table? It’s the conclusion of a study on “The Mercy Prayer.”
Whether it’s a troubled marriage, rebellious children, or generational sin, we may think our brokenness is unusual for a Christian family. Discover that family fractures are typical in every home! Let's look at "The Beauty of Broken."
Nothing deepens your relationship with the Lord like having Him walk through a difficult situation with you. Perhaps you’re going through a tough time right now. The group shares how they've grown closer to God through the trials in their lives.
When we’re out of answers, desperation sets in. And often we’re led to do things we normally wouldn’t even consider!
Let's continue our study in Mark, chapter one. It’s the story of a man stricken with a deadly disease, and his personal appointment with the Great Physician, Jesus Christ.