During Jesus’ time on earth, he spoke strongly against focusing on behavior over the heart. Yet many of…
What motivates you? Are you more motivated to please people or to please God? Do you believe it’s possible to care more about pleasing God than pleasing people?
A few simple spiritual choices can nourish a healthy soul and energize every area of our lives.
If you don't read the Bible or if you are overtaken by fear and emotion so much that the Word can't penetrate your heart, you will feel exhausted and lack power.
When we experience testing, pain and failure in our lives, it is easy to give into fear and doubt. “Flipping the Switch” is about learning to let God use our personal passion, ambition, dreams, pain, and setbacks for his greater purpose of saving lives.
What would it be like if you weren't bitter? Would you be positive and hopeful, more pleasant to be around? What hurts, regrets, or disappointments have you been unable to move past?
There are many lessons that we can learn from studying the life of Jacob in the book of Genesis that will help us understand our unique purpose.
There are many things that aim to undermine our faith: our guilt, different diagnoses, depression, anxiety, fear, and various circumstances. God wants to build our faith and confidence to be so strong it can handle anything thrown our way.
We have an important choice to make every day, and that choice is whether we will choose God, or choose humanism and self-reliance to help us handle the demands and responsibilities of life.
The self-conscious consumption with status, talent, and rank blinds us from seeing the possibilities of God. This study will help you develop a faith that compels us to “Reach Up” and take hold of God’s power to help us break through any barriers that stand in the way of God moving through our lives.
Building our convictions on the Bible will help us trust God to meet our present needs and to fulfill His plans for our lives and our families. God wants us to see there's no place like home and no time like now for Him to work through us.
It is easy to try to rely on something as tangible as money for security. What are times in your life when you have faced guilt or regret, and relied on wealth or money, rather than turning to God for forgiveness?