The wisdom of impartiality Part 9
Each person is valued by God and should be made to feel that way. It’s not manipulative or artificial to make someone feel important, it’s wise. You’re meeting that person’s heart hunger to be loved. God is no respecter of persons and neither should we be.
Sometimes in life our doubts and feelings of inadequacy can roll in like waves, and we can feel that our circumstances are just impossible. But the encouragement that God gave to Mary the mother of Jesus, a long time ago, is a message for us too!
Have you ever felt buried under the weight of daily struggles? Ever felt overwhelmed by the troubles you're going through? Then you can definitely relate to Psalm 55! Join us for an encouraging conversation as we take a look at David's song of desperation.
Anyone can be an encourager! Part 5
This week on "Discover the Word," we have looked at how the New Testament follower of Christ Barnabas embodied a spirit of encouragement. But does everyone have that type of personality or gifts? Don't miss our final discussion in this study on Barnabas!
When we witness the failures of others, our typical response is to shake our head or wag our finger. But today on "Discover the Word," we'll take a look at the life of Barnabas and see how an encourager responds with a helping hand.
When the disciples heard about a church in need of help, they didn't send a teacher, a judge, or a bodyguard. They sent "The Encourager" instead! Take a look with us at the impact an encouraging person can make in the family of faith.
Following God means we're never standing still for long. The walk of faith is a constant journey. When walking through dark valleys, remember, hope is just ahead!
She had been caught red-handed. Exposed publicly for her sin of adultery, the woman in John 8 certainly didn’t expect any mercy from Jesus or the crowd.
The story of Job brings up a lot of questions, like, “Why would God let all that happen to such a good guy?” Let's jump back into a study in the book of Job.
Ever ran across a neighbor, a co-worker, or an acquaintance and thought, “No way they’d be interested in hearing about Jesus!” Let's share some personal stories that will encourage us to take a second look at the people around us.