Building self-discipline is what gives us the ability to bridge the gap between aspiration and victory.
True repentance involves allowing God to transform you from the inside out, and change your life completely.
The unrelenting difficulties we’ve experienced this year can prompt us to seek God in a new way.
Spiritual change isn’t contingent upon a significant life transition. We can learn from Moses’ relationship with God how to experience our own spiritual transformation.
This quiz is meant to be a fun way to provide you with more clarity and additional resources for growth in your faith. At the end of the quiz, you’ll be matched with a Star Wars character who shares some of the strengths and weaknesses in your faith.
Through music, we can go from insignificant and unimportant, to having purpose and being chosen by God. In other words – from feeling frozen to feeling chosen.
Some people are acquaintances. Some are life changers. We can learn from Jesus how to become life changers.
God can help us get unstuck, but we have to start with understanding ourselves and why we got stuck in the first place.
Despite Peter's weaknesses and doubts, God was still able to help him become one of the most influential leaders of the world. He can do the same with us.
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 is going to look at the two types of people we become when we get tied down by rules, and how to break free so we focus on what really matters.
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.