Our insecurities often come from a place of feeling misunderstood. There are things we experience that no one but God can understand. Join Russ Ewell and friends as they discuss the need to seek God with all of our insecurities, and how he is the only one who can understand the depths of who we are.
Music speaks to the soul and helps us express parts of ourselves that are too deep for words. We can use music to help us feel closer to God, as well.
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.
Are you aware of your insecurities? The Bible describes insecurity as a “soul thirst,” one that we try to quench with others’ approval or our own achievements but that can never be fully satisfied without God. We all struggle with the need for security and feeling like we are good enough, and this is especially true for teenagers.
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.
This study is meant to help us know how to handle pain. Whether it’s failing a test, rejection from a crush, or losing a loved one, we all have experienced pain to a certain degree at some point in our lives. This study will look at four different ways we can respond to pain, and how God can help us when we’re going through these painful experiences.
This is a study on how to stay calm and be at peace even when life gets crazy. Whether school is stressing you out, you feel anxious about the future, or you have conflict in relationships with friends or family that you’re afraid to deal with, God wants to be a place of refuge even in the midst of chaos.