1 Samuel 2 chronicles the downfall of a nation. Today, our nation has begun to worship the gifts over the giver of those gifts.
In the Gospel of Luke, we see Jesus interact with men and women who struggle with faith. It begins with seeing clearly what we need and want.
Is God happy? Find the answer to this and other questions in our walk through the book of Luke. This post focuses on chapters 10, 11 and 12.
In chapters 7-9 of Luke, tension begins to rise. Jesus has drawn a line in the sand and is calling on those who follow him to make a choice.
A common goal among Christians or those seeking to find God is to read the Bible more often. A common problem is understanding what we are reading. Over the next few weeks, let’s read the Gospel of Luke together, so we can understand what we are reading.
Only 8% of people who create a New Year’s Resolution follow through on that goal. What if there is a better way? Over the past ten plus years, I’ve found a better way — The Word of the Year Project.
It has changed my life, and it can change your life too. Here are 4 steps to choose a word and grow from the process.
Let’s attack the year and win!
As a follower of Jesus, your identity is under attack. The enemy of your soul wants to steal it from you. Here are 3 ways to steal it back.
My identity is found in being made in the image of God and being adopted as a child of God. So what does it mean to be made in God’s image? We are made in God’s image to remind and reflect God to all creation.
The promises of God are available to you. It begins by being a child of God and continues by understanding four truths about God’s promises.
Navigating childhood memories can be difficult. However, what a valley of weeping can be turned into a spring of refreshment. Here’s how!