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We're looking at the legacies left by Biblical figures. Through the life of Abimelech, we can better understand that instead of pursuing our own kingdoms here on this earth, God calls His people to pursue His kingdom first while trusting His perfect provision.
Leave a legacy that matters.
God calls fearful, doubtful, and insecure people to be his agents of redemption in this dark and sinful world. He wants to use us for His purposes, despite our inadequacies and anxieties. Will we boldly obey and proclaim Him, even when we do not feel adequate for the task?
Is there an unforgivable sin we can commit that will eternally separate us from God? This lesson delves into the challenging words of Jesus toward the Pharisees in Matthew 12, and wrestles with the idea of an unpardonable sin as it relates to our salvation and spiritual walk...
We all face moments of crisis when a decision must be made. Esther faces such a moment, when she must decide to act to save her people at the risk of her own life. Join us as we look at the turning points we must all face.
It's easy to start a race, but it's much harder to finish it. The same is true of Christian life. Too many people give up or simply drift toward apathy when the going gets tough. God's servant Caleb refused to quit, though. He trusted God's promises and pursued God's path to...
Has God predetermined everything, or do we have the freedom to make real choices with real consequences? Is faith a gift that God gives us, or is it our responsibility to exercise faith? This lesson tackles the thorny questions surrounding human freedom and God's sovereignty...
Oneness is at the core of how God set up marriage to function, and that oneness is worth striving for because God is glorified when we do and we experience an incredible relationship. Not easy but absolutely worth it.
Who is in control of the circumstances of life? When powerful people run the world in a dark way, who do we look to for help? God is in control through his divine providence.
Sin is destructive. It ruins communities, defames God, and destroys lives. But we can find a path to restoration if we confess and seek forgiveness from our gracious god.