Does pride have any place in a Christian’s life? Is there “good pride” and “bad pride”? Today on Discover the Word, the team comes back to find the difference between falling into the trap of pride and “Falling into Love.” Join us today for a convicting and relevant discussion on Discover the Word!
Did you know the Bible tells us to brag? As a general rule, it’s safe to say that the Scriptures are against boasting, but there is one exception. Today on Discover the Word, we'll sit down for another discussion on “Falling into Love.” Find how God’s love changes the way we boast. Join us today for Discover the Word!
No one wants to admit that they’re green with envy. But we’ve all found ourselves struggling with jealousy at one time or another. Today on Discover the Word, the team looks at Paul’s teaching to the Corinthians on how we can defeat the green-eyed monster, with the love of Christ. Be part of the group today on Discover the Word!
You’ve probably heard stories about people doing “random acts of kindness.” But as a Christian, how do we develop kindness as a daily discipline? Today on Discover the Word, we continue the study titled “Falling into Love.” Join the team today as they explore how we can do random acts of kindness on purpose! That’s today on Discover the Word!
Falling into Love - part 2 Part 1
We say we love dogs, and sushi, but what does it really mean to love people? Today on Discover the Word, the team digs into the specifics of how the Bible describes what love does and doesn’t do when we love others like God loves us. “Falling into Love” from 1 Corinthians 13— listen to Discover the Word today!
“The fruit of kindness” sounds a bit mushy, doesn’t it? Of all the godly fruit to cultivate, kindness seems to be the weakest of the bunch. More from our study on the fruit of the Spirit.
Translating the Bible from its original language is a tedious and complicated assignment.
God is loyal to His children. His love will never waver. And He’s promised to stay with us, no matter what we say or do.
Our character is often revealed in the way we treat men and women we meet, regardless of their station in life.