Series Beauty Full Beings

This series of 10 conversations focuses on our need for wisdom in conflict. If the author of the New Testament letter of James was the half brother of Jesus, as many believe, then he had grown up seeing the gracious ways in which Jesus related to others—first at home, then later in his three years of public life. Now, however, he was deeply concerned about the lack of Jesus-like attitudes he was seeing in those who claimed to be follows of Christ. So James wrote a letter encouraging his readers to realize that the wisdom they need is accessible to all, that it is recognizable, and that a “wisdom from above” can enable us to live together in peace rather than devouring one by a “wisdom from below”.

Dates October 30-November 10, 2017
# of Programs 12
At The Table Mart DeHaan, Elisa Morgan, Bill Crowder
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Discover why we are Beauty Full Beings

Monday, September 28, 2015

Beauty Full Beings, Part 1 of 10

Text: Genesis 1:27-31; 3:1-4

Statistics show that ninety-one percent of women don’t see themselves as beautiful. Yet when God created Adam and Eve, He said they were “very good.” Join us as we explore why, since the Fall, it’s so easy to believe the lie whispered to Eve, “If God loved you . . .”

Part 2 -

Beauty Full Being

Studies reveal that most people struggle with their self-image to a certain degree. So it stands to reason that how we see ourselves and how God sees us doesn’t always match up! Today on Discover the Word, we will be led in the discussion about what it means to be a “Beauty Full Being.” Listen today to Discover the Word!

Part 3 - 10/30/17

Beauty Full Beings

Studies reveal that most people struggle with their self-image to a certain degree. So it stands to reason that how we see ourselves and how God sees us doesn’t always match up! Today on Discover the Word, we will be led in the discussion about what it means to be a “Beauty Full Being.” Listen today to Discover the Word!

Part 4 - 10/31/17

Learn to see yourself as God does

Is it possible to have a right view of God, but a wrong view of yourself? Today on Discover the Word, we’ll explore how often our theology needs to move from our head to our hearts. Learn to see yourself the way God does with a discussion based on Elisa’s book, “Beauty Full Beings.” Listen today to Discover the Word!

Part 5 - 11/01/17

God really does love us

God loved us before we ever put our faith in Him. And our doubts about whether He does, then or now, can’t remove us from His love! That’s the subject of the conversation today on Discover the Word when we examine our fears and doubts about whether God really does love us. It’s a freeing conversation today on Discover the Word!

Part 6 - 11/02/17

How not to struggle with comparison

We live in a culture of comparison. And compared to some, we feel we’re doing great. Compared to others, we don’t measure up. But today on Discover the Word, we will examine how our often inaccurate view of ourselves can also distort our view of God. Struggling with comparison? Well, be part of the group today for another edition of Discover the Word!

Part 7 - 11/03/17

Jesus’s love restores

Fear comes in a lot of different shapes and sizes, but the Bible tells us that perfect love casts out fear! So today on Discover the Word, be part of the group as we look at how Jesus’s love restores the intimacy that fear breaks down. Tune in for another inspiring discussion based on Elisa’s book titled, “Beauty Full Beings.” You can hear it today on Discover the Word!

Part 8 - 11/06/17

Learning to love God with your entire being

Today on Discover the Word, Elisa Morgan leads the team in discussion in regard to what it means that God created us as “Beauty-Full Beings.” We’ll learn how loving God isn’t just a mental or emotional state, but something that happens in the physical world! Discover the life-changing wisdom of the Bible when you listen today to Discover the Word!

Part 9 - 11/07/17

Discover how our unique personality affects the way we love God

No two people are the same. And that’s a good thing! But how does our unique personality affect the way we love God? Today on Discover the Word, we will explore how our understanding of what it means to be a “Beauty-Full Being” changes the way we engage with our Creator. Listen today to Discover the Word!

Part 10 - 11/08/17

Loving God with our gifts

Whether you’re an artist or a mathematician, God has built into each of us a creative spark! And today on Discover the Word, we consider the ways in which our creative talents are used by God to love others. Loving God with our craft—it’s part of the series titled “Beauty-Full Beings.” Tune in today for Discover the Word!

Part 11 - 11/09/17

Loving God and others through our scars

They might not be visible, but we all have scars—both physical and emotional. And our natural instinct is to hide them. But today on Discover the Word, the team will offer biblical encouragement and show how we can actually love God and love others with our scars. It’s part of what makes us “Beauty-Full Beings.” Listen today for this encouraging edition of Discover the Word!

Part 12 - 11/10/17

Choosing the legacy we leave behind

We all have limited time on this earth, but we’d all like to leave behind a legacy, wouldn’t we? And the good news is that in many ways, we get to choose what that legacy is like. Today on Discover the Word, be part of the group discussion as they conclude their two-week series titled, “Beauty-Full Beings.” Find out how you can leave a mark on the world for the better, today on Discover the Word!

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