How do you work through desperate times in your life? Join us as we discuss how remembering the good times of yesterday can give us hope in our tomorrows.
Have there been times in your life when it feels like for every step you take forward, you're forced to take two steps back? After a while, life can feel like a relentless chore! Here is an encouraging look at a place where we can escape that helplessness.
When our mouth is parched and our throat is dry, cool water is the only thing that can quench our thirst. Together let us find the only source of satisfaction when the complexities and confusions of life leave us feeling empty inside.
Our feelings are often dictated by our circumstances. When things are good, we’re happy. But when things fall apart, we often feel miserable. Let's say there’s a fruit of the Spirit that can offers gladness, regardless of what we face.
In the dark, it’s hard to see anything clearly. It’s only when the light is turned on that everything comes into focus. Let's take one final look at the blind man in John chapter 9, from the perspective of Jesus, the Light of the World. See this passage with new eyes.
Parents are supposed to want the best for their children. Let's study a mom and dad who weren’t exactly happy about their son’s miraculous healing!
Meditating often gets a bad rap. We may think it involves uncomfortable positions and nonsensical chanting. How meditating on God’s Word can be an avenue to a happy life.
Sin offers momentary happiness. But can sin provide lasting joy in life? Let's dig deep in Psalm 1 for keys to a happy life.
Have you ever thought you’d have more fun in life if you didn’t have to follow any rules? I think we’ve all been there. Our study in Psalm 1 continues.
Everyone has the right to pursue happiness. But the question is, will we ever find it? Let's begin a new series in Psalm 1.
A thoughtful conversation about faith and how it influences what we think and how we respond to life’s challenges Part 1
What is faith? Is it something we believe, or something we live? Let's answer those questions in a study of James, chapter 1. Join in this thoughtful conversation about faith.
Ever been to a “shame party”? It’s a solitary event where we mentally relive all our regrets, mistakes, and disappointments. A candid conversation of personal experiences with pity parties, and how to decline those invitations.
A happy family. A fulfilling career. A fruitful ministry. It’s easy to be grateful for things that go well. Being thankful for the events that turn our life upside down, now that’s tough! A study on “The Beauty of Broken.”