September 20, 2010
Character greatly influences the choices we make. And when faced with the option to do the right thing, or go another way, integrity makes all the difference!
September 17, 2010
It’s important to understand the culture in which a Bible passage is written, so we can accurately interpret, and apply, that passage to our lives today. Let’s study the historical context of Ruth chapter three, to understand a risky choice Ruth made.
September 16, 2010
There are passages in the Bible that appear pretty risqué at first glance. When we understand the culture, we find that things aren’t always as they seem!
September 15, 2010
Is it ever right to do something wrong—with good motives and for a good end result? Let’s tackle the difficult question: Do the ends justify the means?
September 14, 2010
Every follower of God knows the tug-of-war between waiting patiently on Him, and taking action. Let’s discuss this sensitive balance as we study the book of Ruth, and learn practical tools for our life.
May 31, 2010
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.
September 28, 2009
Nobody sets out deliberately to get lost. You just go along making choices until suddenly you look around and wonder how you got here.
September 25, 2009
Whether you have a son or daughter who has left the faith, or you can relate to the son who stayed at home, the profound teaching of the Prodigal Son has struck a chord in men and women’s hearts for centuries.
September 24, 2009
Another thought-provoking discussion on God’s Word. We’re stepping back into the first century, to hear Jesus’ parables from the perspective of those who heard Him firsthand, and seeing how we can relate two thousand years later!
September 23, 2009
The stories Jesus told were more than entertainment. They were meaningful lessons, intended to teach people about God’s character and priorities.