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In Second Peter chapter one, discover the biblical prescription for a fruitful faith

It would be a terrible waste to accept God’s grace, yet live a barren life. So how can a Christian see more of Jesus active in their life?

How our diligence and God’s assistance work together in our lives

They say, “God helps those who help themselves.” But is that actually true? An eye-opening study in Second Peter chapter one.

Let’s look at Second Peter chapter 1

Melodies. Word pictures. Repetition. These are all ways to commit important information to memory. Let’s explore one memory device the apostle Peter used to highlight an important biblical truth.

Don’t miss this compelling discussion on God’s mercy

If we ever doubt God’s love, if we’re ever uncertain about His grace, if we’re ever unclear about His mercy, we need only look toward the cross! Jesus answered the most common prayer in the Bible, “Lord, have mercy.”

Discover how God’s love frees us from the guilt of our past and allows us to make the most of the present

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Discover how God’s love frees us from the guilt of our past and allows us to make the most of the present

Have you ever looked back with regret on missed opportunities—those the things you should have done, or words you should have said? We’re talking about Mark 14.

A loving perspective on God’s expectations for you

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A loving perspective on God’s expectations for you

She did what she could. Five simple words from the mouth of Jesus that contain a wealth of encouragement and insight for us today! Let’s reveal the freedom contained in this brief verse in Mark 14.

Why simply loving the Lord with who we are and what we have, is all God asks

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Why simply loving the Lord with who we are and what we have, is all God asks

Ever feel like even the best you could do is never enough? That you’ll never meet the expectations placed on you? More from our study in Mark, chapter 14.

Finding freedom in doing what we can to love God

She wasn’t a leader, a politician, or even a person of power. Yet, by acting on the love of Jesus, Mary of Bethany influenced the world. How we can follow her example?

Let’s look at the story of Mary of Bethany to see how simply embracing God’s love can change the world

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Let’s look at the story of Mary of Bethany to see how simply embracing God’s love can change the world

Faced with the overwhelming evils and ills of a broken world, it’s difficult to see how we could possibly make a difference. We want to help, but just don’t know how. Join with us in this brand-new study.

Discover how God can use our pain to help those around us

It’s hard to remember others when we’re focused on our own pain and discomfort. Let’s review a humbling passage in Scripture that reveals how God can use our pain to help those around us. A radical change in perspective.

How God may use our trials to teach other people important lessons as well

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How God may use our trials to teach other people important lessons as well

Painful circumstances or difficult seasons in our lives can teach us valuable lessons we otherwise wouldn’t have known. A fresh perspective on God’s plans.

How God’s silence may be part of a bigger and better purpose

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How God’s silence may be part of a bigger and better purpose

Ever feel like your prayers never make it past the ceiling? Maybe you’re wondering if God is even paying attention when you try to talk with Him. More from our study in Matthew chapter 15.

Let’s look at a puzzling passage in Scripture, where Jesus ignored the pleas of a needy mom

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Let’s look at a puzzling passage in Scripture, where Jesus ignored the pleas of a needy mom

People may ignore us. Maybe even give us the cold shoulder. But if there’s one person we can always count on to listen, it’s God, right?

Understanding the truth about worship through a study on Matthew chapter 15

Jesus is on the lookout for true worshipers. But it’s not necessarily those who sing the loudest, or know the most hymns. Why genuine worship is less about what we do, and more about acknowledging what God has done!

Closing one chapter, and beginning a new adventure

It’s always sad to reach the end of certain chapters in life. Yet, with God, we know there’s a bright future in store! Let’s enjoy a special conversation with lead teacher, Haddon Robinson, one last time. You won’t want to miss this moving message.