In this video, Cameron Straw speaks candidly about his personal experiences dealing with his weaknesses, and shares the scriptures that helped him turn them into traits that could be used to help others.
How do you think greater spiritual depth could make a church strong? What can you do in your own life, family, and house church to make the church strong?
At the end of this, you should develop a strengthening faith capable of helping you faithfully endure anything, anytime, anywhere, because you know God is working for your good (Romans 8:28-32 Voice).
Proverbs can help us put the spiritual into our deep friendships. In our reading, we should identify the 5-7 qualities of “Deep Spiritual Friendships” we want to practice.
I Kings is going to be our reading commitment for this quiet time. You are going to pay particularly close attention to Solomon.
“Deep Vulnerability” is a one-day quiet time in which we examine the life and faith of Hannah in chapters 1 thru 3 of I Samuel.
Naomi is one of the rare individuals in scripture who demonstrates the “Deep Humility” necessary to see and admit the depth of her brokenness.