August 19, 2013
Daily Bible verses and snippets of Scripture can inspire and challenge us. But all the individual passages in Scripture add up to one grand story: God’s story! A perspective-changing discussion.
July 26, 2013
How can an activity be sin for one person and perfectly all right for another? That hardly seems fair! Let’s walk through a passage in Romans 14 where the apostle Paul helped the Christians in Rome work through some sticky disagreements.
July 25, 2013
We’d never stick our foot in the aisle at church to make someone fall flat on their face! Let’s talk about the spiritual ways we can trip up other believers, without even realizing it!
July 24, 2013
At work, you’re accountable to your boss. At home, you’re accountable to your spouse. But in reality, we’re all accountable to God! Discover principles from Romans 14.
July 23, 2013
When we disagree with fellow followers of Christ, we can have the tendency to don black robes, pick up a gavel, and become their judge and jury! How to avoid taking on a role we don’t deserve.
July 22, 2013
It’s an undeniable fact that ten out of ten people will eventually die. But for those who follow Christ, death is not an event to be feared, but a victory to be celebrated! Let’s turn to a stirring passage in Romans that instills us with confidence both in this life, and in the life to come.
July 19, 2013
Your neighbors down the street may not be followers of God, but they are really good people! So how do we share the need for Jesus with folks leading moral lives? Let’s look to Romans 14 to find the answer.
July 18, 2013
There are countless issues we face daily that the Bible does not address. But even when God’s Word doesn’t speak into our exact situation, it still provides guidelines to help us find our way! Our study in Romans 14 continues.
July 17, 2013
Over the decades, football Sunday has become a national affair. But when we watch sports on a Sunday, does that mean we’re lessening the value of it being the Lord’s Day?
July 16, 2013
It can be easy to judge someone with a different view from our own. And if we’re not careful, our words and the labels we assign to those people can cause serious damage.