Are you a leader? Before you give your answer, think about your influence on family, friends, neighbors, or coworkers. You don’t need an “official” title to be a leader; in fact, we are all leaders as we purpose to bring others into God’s family through the saving grace of Jesus Christ. Join us as we look at Nehemiah’s example of leadership and talk about how we can apply those same principles in our own sphere of influence.
In this letter originally written to the churches in southern Galatia, Paul proclaims the timeless reality of our freedom in Christ. That sounds great, but how do we get there and what do we do with our newfound freedom? Let’s talk about it!
Do you long for a season of intimacy with the Lord either again or for the first time? Do you wonder what that even means? Join Holly, Alysa, Erin, and Nicole as we talk about times of intimacy with the Lord where we feel “on fire”. Then we delve into 1 Peter 1:6-7 and discover what it teaches about God’s refining fire. “In all this you greatly rejoice, though now for a little while you may have had to suffer grief in all kinds of trials. These have come so that the proven genuineness of your faith—of greater worth than gold, which perishes even though refined by fire—may result in praise, glory and honor when Jesus Christ is revealed.”
This is a five part series on Obedience and Timing. The core text is Matthew 4:1-11 which is the temptation of Christ. We will look at the layers of obedience and timing in that situation. You may find some new insights, like we did, that are really useful for everyday life.
In this series we are looking carefully at Galatians 5:22-23, where the apostle Paul lists the fruit of the Spirit. This fruit is the product of the Holy Spirit dwelling in us. We talk about the world’s definition of each and contrast it with the biblical definition. We also talk about practical application in our everyday lives.
Jesus said ‘a tree is known by it’s fruit.’ (Luke 6:43-45) We want to be fruit bearing women!!
Can we take God at his word? 1 John was written to dispel doubts and build assurance. Join us as we look at this book written late in John’s life and learn how his message about trust and obedience can help us today.