Join Russ Ewell and friends as they discuss the things we chase that don’t really satisfy us, and how God is the only thing worth chasing.
Trusting God means believing that everything in our lives is happening for a reason. Do you have this attitude toward God influencing you and your decisions in your life? When we don’t have a personal and emotional connection to how God is moving, the Christian life can feel monotonous or burdensome, leading us to settle for religiosity as a coping mechanism.
We all have talents and gifts that make us who we are. But too often, insecurity and self-doubt plague us with the fear that we aren’t good enough or will inevitably fail.
With insecurity, God never responds with criticism. He responds with a purpose to live for something beyond themselves.
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.