Not eating can have a funny affect on people. Some people get irritable, depressed or easily frustrated. The same thing happens to our spirit when we’re not using God’s word. If you’re feeling spiritually starved, check this message out and see how you can use the Bible to feed your spirit.
We live next door to people Jesus wants us to love, but we don’t really know them. It’s not that we don’t care about our neighbors, but we don’t have much time to get to know them. We have places to go, things to do, & people to see. So how can we make time for one more relationship in our lives? Today we take another look at the story of the Good Samaritan as we learn how to make time to love our neighbors.
Joseph had finally developed the character & humility God wanted in him so he could be used to rescue & rule Egypt. There was only one thing in Joseph’s life that remained unresolved – his past. And that’s an issue many of us haven’t resolved either. Join us as we look at how Joseph dealt with his past so we can know how to overcome our own.
There are many obstacles that come between us and the dreams God has for us. One of the challenges to overcome is learning humility. How do we look at ourselves compared to other people? In today’s story we’ll see how God used adversity to help shape Joseph into the kind of man God could use for His glory. Check it out!
There are a lot of obstacles that can come between us and the dreams God has for us. But one of biggest challenges to overcome involves our character. What kind of people are we really going to be? In our story today we’ll see how Joseph handled challenges to his character while he was a slave in Egypt. Check it out!
We’re beginning a new series over the life of Joseph in Genesis. God had great plans for Joseph, but there were a lot of obstacles in his way. He was born into a tense family dynamic, hated by his brothers, and sold into slavery. But none of that compared to Joseph’s biggest problem. If you feel like you’re dreams aren’t exactly coming true, check this out!
There are a lot of situations we’d rather not be a part of. We all know people who have problems we’d rather just avoid. They make us uncomfortable and a little anxious. And we just don’t want to get our hands dirty. But today in John 9 Jesus and a man born blind will show us that you have to get your hands a little dirty if you’re going to see God do some great things.
How would you finish the statement “I will be happy when…”? There are probably a lot of answers, but really the question reflects a deeper desire to understand what any of us are here for. We’re all looking for our meaning. Join us as we read about the feeding of the 5000 and learn what it is we’re really hungry for.
One of the most human traits we experience is being vulnerable. All of us have something we want to hide from the world and at the same time we want to be able to share it with people we can trust. But that’s hard to do because we don’t want to be exposed. Looking at John 4 we’re going to look at a time Jesus was vulnerable and learn how the things we fear sharing the most are often the things that free us.
We identify being human with weakness. It reminds us of our pain, our failures, what we are unable to do. But through the gospels we’re told time & time again that Jesus really became human, and yet He never sinned. And through Him we get to learn a new way to be “human.” Join us as begin a journey through John’s gospel as we learn about the image of God according to the Son of Man.