We have the Bible questions box back out in the lobby this year! In the spirit of always seeking God’s word and desiring to dig deeper into it, let’s take a few questions and try to see what the Bible says about them…
Abraham and Sarah had finally received their promised son, and everything in life seemed to be settling into place. But that’s when Abraham faced one of the toughest faith tests in all of Scripture. Why did it happen, and what does God want us to learn from it?
The more we read and get into His word, the more we can understand what God has done for us through Christ. But often times, it is hard to see these blessings especially (1) when we feel so worthless, undeserving, and guilty because we know we are not living right or (2) when our life is filled with pain and suffering. Let’s revisit the type of God we serve and what He has done for us, so that we can not only encourage ourselves but also be prepared to encourage others.
There are many paths to walk down, many doors to enter. Let’s make sure that we walk through the doors that lead to godliness, and shut the doors that lead away from Him.
While we don’t always fully understand the Holy Spirit’s work, it’s clear that the Spirit plays a big role in the New Testament. But the Spirit also appears many times in the Old Testament. Let’s explore what the Spirit was doing in the Old Testament, and see what we learn…
Abram (also called Abraham) left one of the Bible’s greatest legacies. What made his faith so strong, and how can we build that faith in our own lives?
Christ died on the cross, and then He rose again. That empty tomb of Christ speaks out to us with many important lessons. What do we learn?
This morning we continue our study through the Patriarchal Age of biblical history, walking through the story of Noah, and considering a few modern-day questions as we go. What happened with Noah and the flood, and what do we learn from it?
One of the greatest compliments that could be given to a Christian is to say that spent their life “Going with God.” Let’s look at some lessons on what it looks like to “Go with God” from a man who spent his life devoted to God.
It’s our 2019 Family Day! Today we are thinking about how we answer our fathers, and how we answer our Father. Jesus told the Pharisees a story about 2 sons answering their father’s call to come work, with words and actions that were very different. What does it teach us about our own answers to our heavenly Father?