Come to Easter with these three essential questions (John 20:1-18).
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It's long been known that humans want a god they can control, thereby usurping God's identity.
In what spirit do you receive confessions from your Christian siblings? Do you ever judge them more or less harshly due to a different type of sin from what you've known personally? The playing field was leveled at the cross.
What has your sin cost the Savior, and do you go on grieving Him?
1 Kings 18-19: Dealing with Depression by looking at one of the prophets and God's care for him in a time of darkness.
When everything seems to be falling apart, where there's no security, when threats prevail, you can be sure God is an awesome God in whom we can be optimistic.
Families are imperfect organisms, given that they are comprised of imperfect human beings; so it goes with church families.
Is there redemption in suffering and what such pain can teach us in the midst of our hurt?
From what source do you draw your energy to minister, and how does that spiritual sustenance provide life for others who are under your care?
Based on Joshua 24:14-18 and taken from his book Gods at War, Kyle Idleman talks about how our dreams might not be realized the way we thought or mean what we thought they would if they are realized. The result depends on whether we're worshipping the dream or the Given of the dream.