In seasons of drought and fire, God is still at work – and he has a plan.
In this week’s lesson from College Park Church Women’s Amazing Collection Bible study, Kathy Johnson teaches on the New Testament book, Hebrews.
When watching Winnie the Pooh with my children, I am regularly struck by how each resident of the Hundred Acre Wood illustrates common heart issues.
Ecclesiastes is honest: Life is hard. Everything around us promises to deliver peace but leaves us with longing instead. Yet, in the midst of our struggle and longing, God is there.
Have you ever wondered what it means to be a godly woman? Or wanted to be known as a “woman of God” but realized you’re not sure what exactly that refers to?
The overarching theme of the book of Isaiah is that, in a world gone amok, we have a God that we can trust—a God who is an anchor for our souls.
Wondering how to pray when you’re struggling to understand the Bible? It’s a good question to ask and you’re not the only one who’s wondering about it.
Be good. Others will see it. You’ll be a light causing others to glorify the Father of lights. But what does it mean to be good as his children?