From the time we were toddlers, we have loved the word “mine.” But the God of all the universe declares that giving is better than receiving. But why?
In this week’s lesson from College Park Church Women’s Amazing Collection Bible study, Karen Pourcho introduces part 5 of the study: Romans-2 Thessalonians.
God has used these two, Scripture-based mantras to comfort my soul during suffering. I hope they encourage you wherever the Lord has you right now.
Have you ever asked yourself why your church has children’s Sunday School and what do you think should happen in the “Children’s wing? of your church”?
Words can seem like such little things, but our words reveal much about ourselves. As Christians, we would do well to watch the words we use.
Looking to change your personal finances? What if, rather than making one sweeping change today that will disappear tomorrow, you start small?
Enjoy this watercolor representation of Psalm 23, featuring paintings by artist Laura Winslow.
God wants us to be confident that he has an infinite supply and desire to comfort us. That comfort is revealed in five key ways when we’re insulted.
Part of Isaiah’s vision for salvation through his promised Messiah was that people from every nation would participate in this incredible salvation.
How do insults clarify our true needs? Well, when we’re mocked and ridiculed, our loving Heavenly Father provides for our true needs.
There’s nothing like the fear of being ridiculed to set off a compulsion to control. But what if insults reveal God’s grace in our calling?
This season has set a backdrop for the questions many of us are asking: “God, what are you doing in this world?” and “What’s this world coming to?”
Insults feel like mortal wounds because we care so much about what others think. Is it true that they can actually work for our good?
During the My Shepherd study, we will walk through this impactful psalm to deepen our understanding of and love for our Good Shepherd.