What would it be like to have Jesus as a guest in your home? Would He stay for dinner, maybe a cup of coffee?
Luke chapter 15 is a rich biblical passage, a record of Jesus’ profound stories, and timeless lessons on life.
As you read the stories in the Bible, you may find yourself imagining what it would have been like to sit across the table from Jesus, hearing His teaching firsthand. We’re getting face to face with the stories of Jesus.
An eye-opening discussion and how the heartbreaking relationship between father and rebellious son mirrors our own relationship with God.
What are you doing for God today? Whether we work in an office, or in the home, on a job site, or drive a truck, whatever we do, we’re to give it our very best. Let's find guidance in God’s Word.
So often we read a portion of Scripture, and jump right to application. But in the process we misinterpret the text. Let's get the most out of personal and group Bible study.
The Bible says we’re to reflect the fruit of the Spirit in our lives—love, joy, peace, goodness. But how do we turn these into actions? Let's study the Scriptures to find practical application for our lives today.
The Bible calls us to live by the Spirit, and one of the ways we do that is by carrying one another’s burdens.
The Bible was written for all of us, not merely for pastors and scholars. Everyone has the ability and invitation to learn from the Scriptures! Do you want to get more out of your Bible reading? Join us as we kick off a new series on the book of Ruth.
The men and women of the Bible tell us a lot about ourselves. Although times have changed, human nature has not.
Before Bibles were available in print, the Scriptures were read out loud to the people of the church. Let's return to that tradition, as we listen to the first half of the book of Ruth.
The book of Ruth is a rich story of faith and love. Let's read from chapters three and four out of the book of Ruth.
It’s easy to feel removed from the ancient people of the Bible, that their stories are irrelevant to us in the twenty-first century.