God has given us much instruction about being thankful and content in our lives regardless of the circumstances. Let’s look at five ways God has given us to be thankful in life.
As we approach possible additions to our eldership, it is good for us to know, understand and remember our responsibility and relationship as sheep to our shepherds.
Many teach a “rapture” for God’s people and at the same time seven years of “tribulation” for those not in the church. These will occur when the Lord returns to meet his people in the air. What does the Bible say?
This passage is not about faith in general but gives information how to grow a mature faith personally.
How do we balance our professional lives with the desire for helping others and spending time with family?
Did you know that when you encourage someone you give them a “courage transfusion?” As a child of God, you may save a life and a soul through the power of encouragement.
You claim to believe the Bible but how do you prove it? Paul commended the church at Thessalonica because they believed the Bible for what it is, “the word of God.” How can we demonstrate, congregationally and individually, that we believe the Bible to be God’s eternal truth on every subject?
This is Labor Day weekend, an opportunity to be reminded of the God-given blessing we receive from our work. At least one-third of our live is spent in the nobility of work, in which we are to glorify God, regardless of the task.
Mothers spend countless hours serving their children, but their most important job to instill the practice of service in their children.