There a number of themes to keep in mind as you read Ephesians, a letter written by Paul. An overview of Ephesians might help. So, let’s take a look.
Susanna Wesley didn’t have any extra time. I assumed that her time with God happened rarely, if ever. But her life can show us how to make time for God.
The benefits of meditating on and memorizing God’s Word are plentiful. Let me share three benefits and then five practical tips.
The excitement of day one is bound to wear off at some point. When it does: what do we do? How do we get more out of a Bible reading plan and enjoy it?
This week in “The Amazing Collection,” we study the late minor prophets through the book of Acts.
Why do Christians give? I believe Scripture gives us five reasons why Christians give. Let’s start with the first two: stewardship and obedience.
It’s understandable that choosing a Bible reading plan can be overwhelming. So much so, you might even decide, “Why bother?” Here’s why a plan is helpful
Men’s discipleship is a foundational part of our Small Group. Here are four ways that we help our community of men follow Jesus.
Utilize this plan to read through the New Testament in thirty days. Each day consists of two to three readings designed to challenge and grow your faith.
What we know is that some truths, even from an unknown future, will affect 2021. As we enter a new year, we ought to remember just as we look ahead.
If we’re willing, the struggles of this life allow us to better appreciate an eternity without pain. Studying Revelation helps us adopt that mindset.
As 2020 comes to a close, we’re sharing your favorite content from the year.
Whether 2021 brings great reprieve or sustained loss, it won’t be our answer. Does that fact bring peace or panic to your heart?
I grew up in Russia in a broken family—with unbelieving parents, alcoholism, and abuse. I longed for a safe happy home, longing for the American dream.