Our times with God become routine when we don’t acknowledge in what areas we need to grow. J. Cole talks about his spiritual changes in his song “Change”.
This study will look at what crowds God out of our hearts, the substitutes we make for him as a result, and how to clear out our hearts so we can discover God for who he truly is.
Take this quiz and discover some of the men or women in the Bible you might relate to, and who you will become as you get closer to God.
Summer has arrived! Summer camp is a great way to grow in understanding ourselves, our friendships, and if it’s a spiritually oriented camp, our relationship with God. Here are some…
When we are insecure, it can be easy to feel like we are a “nobody going nowhere.” This study is meant to help us see that God is the one who makes us somebody going somewhere.
What is your attitude about serving people? Do you enjoy making people’s lives better at the expense of your own time and energy?
Leaders have hearts that inspire, are focused, and are resolved to reach their purpose. Join Russ Ewell and friends as they discuss the heart to lead.
Everybody chases something. Chasing God is about taking the time to ask ourselves who or what we are pursuing, and deciding to put our time, energy and heart into getting closer to him.
Like this psalmist writes, God knows us and cares about us for who we are. As a parent, God nurtures us, challenges us, and guides us in the way we should go.
The longer you do something, the easier it becomes to forget why you started doing it. This can happen to us with Christianity.
God is always moving on behalf of the good. One thing he is always trying to do is make up for where we are lacking, and in this way he wants to be the parent we’ve always needed and desired.
Negative thinking can be miserable – you believe and expect that the worst will happen. God can free us from our negative thinking by teaching us to trust him and love other people.