Staying calm in the midst of chaos can be very challenging. The Bible is full of scriptures about…
As we turn to God in the chaos, we can use music to help us hear his voice through the noise. The Spotify playlist “chaos to calm” helps us both understand and calm the tumultuous emotions we feel on a daily basis. The following study pairs each song with a scripture to help you remember God in the midst of the storm.
God wants us to evaluate ourselves by how deep and strong our faith is. He doesn’t evaluate our spiritual condition by looking at how we appear on the surface. The depth of our faith determines how much of a difference we can make in the lives of those around us.
Each video will a 30 second pause following each scripture that has been read aloud. This pause is there for you to reflect on the scripture, write or draw notes, or read it again to get more insight.
This video, “Where is Your Faith?” looks at scriptures about understanding the condition of our faith, and how we can either rebuild or continue to develop it. This video pulls points and some scriptures from the article “A Holiday of Faith”.
These Bible stories about trusting God will inspire you to overcome circumstances and inspire your faith to believe.
If our hearts tend to be full of anxiety, fear, and stress, we need to look at the quality of our relationship with God. Does your relationship with God calm you down?
The concept of journaling for spiritual growth is not unique to our modern times. This study will help you differentiate between creative or emotional expression, and writing to supplement your spiritual growth.
Quiet time reading the Bible each day is a great way to learn how to grow closer to God, if we learn how to read the Scriptures spiritually.
Insecurities. Everyone has them, but a lot of people don’t think it is possible to change them. It’s…
In this study, we’ll take a few steps in the journey of discovering God to get to know how kind and loving he really is.
Do you understand yourself? God knows who we really are and can help us get to the root of things. We just have to be willing to let him.