Through music, we can go from feeling the need to pretend, to being confident in being ourselves. In other words, we can go from being "fake to real."
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.
Regardless of where our guilt is rooted, we will end up having a skewed view of God until we are honest and deal with our hearts with him.
The Bible teaches that, ultimately, what we each desire most is to be loved unconditionally. But when we let our fear of rejection prevent us from being honest about our thoughts, emotions, and insecurities, we end up feeling alone and never truly feel loved.
Even when we make mistakes and hurt God, he still sticks with us because he loves us. Nothing we do can drive him away.
A lot of people ask, “How do I do well spiritually?” So today we decided to tackle the…
This study focuses on the stories of Saul and David, in order to get a better understanding of what it means to be fake and what it means to be real.
A lot of us have been conditioned to put our best foot forward. We can often pretend to…
Our souls are not made whole by following the rules, or by modifying our behavior. Yet more often than not, this is the trap that snares us. We get frustrated when we put in the work to become loving people but don't get the results we want, but don't realize that our ineffectiveness is a result of our heart not being in it.
DIY studies are interactive Bible studies designed to help you build an engaging relationship with God. These studies…
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.
“Deep Transparency” is a spiritual state of security with God, where we overcome our fear of being emotionally honest with him and people.