We begin a new series in Genesis 4, looking at the impact of sin on early human beings… and all of us today.
We think “rights” will make things right, but how does that fit being a follower of the One who gave up His rights?
We are called to be agents of restoration, but often we instead degrade the lives around us with anger.
As we wrap up our series on Prov. 30, Agur helps us see the wrong attitudes that ensnare us and the better way his wisdom points us to.
A brand new Steadfast series: Bad Attitudes looks at some of the “bad guys” of Scripture and how their misunderstandings of what God was doing and giving them can help us to better see God’s plans for our own lives.
Join Melanie as we turn to our next three Psalms (43-45) and reflect on how they turn us towards our true hope on this Palm Sunday.
How do I find comfort during a time of grief or loss? It can be hard to find hope during pain and discouragement. However, prayer can be the key to unlocking hope back into our lives.
We all have moments of screaming our angry prayers to God and asking him to fix the offenses bothering us. However, we must evaluate if we are offended or mad because our pride shakes us. We can only explore this when we take a setback and start having honest, open, and transparent conversations with God.
Can we experience God’s peace even in the midst of discouragement? David contemplates this in the last part of Psalm 4.
We’re called to feel peace and yet anger can boil up so easily in the midst of the turmoils of life. What do we do with that as we seek to follow Jesus?