The Ruth Study was full of Jesus and completely life-giving. So many of the ladies had insights into the Word that I had never thought of and it was mind blowing.Read More
There is something fascinating about the congregation of men for the purpose of worshipping God. It moves in contrast to many of the social constructs we face as men today. It promotes servanthood. It asks for vulnerability. It calls for unity. It creates mission.Read More
Jesus prayed. And he expects us to pray. The instructions he gave to his disciples on prayer begins with the phrase, “And when you pray” rather than “And if you pray”. Jesus taught about prayer in this way:Read More
This is a section of the story recorded in Acts that we didn't cover in our Sunday gatherings yesterday. However, there are some really important themes to consider in this text as you study on your own. Below is a summary.
The bible has self-proclaimed purpose. 2 Timothy 3:16 reads, “All Scripture is breathed out by God and is profitable for teaching, for reproof, for correction and for training in righteousness”. (ESV) There are at least two enormous takeaways from this text. First, the bible is “breathed out by God”. It is God’s Word to us. Second, the bible is “profitable”. It is God’s Word for us.Read More
Followers of Jesus must adhere to God’s revealed will as made known to us through the bible or risk suffering hard consequences. Yet, most of life’s decisions fall into the category of freedom. There is no black and white scriptural mandate. This means we are free to make big decisions bathed in prayer then dried off with wisdom.Read More