With the New Year in full swing, you are probably still pretty gung-ho about your resolutions. If you have chosen to be in God's Word more this year, reading Scripture is a great way to invest in a relationship with God and grow a deeper connection with Him. But let's be real, at some point, Bible s...
Hurray! It is NATIONAL BIBLE WEEK and I've got some big announcements coming your way! Did you know there is a whole week each year dedicated to celebrating the Bible? We didn't until recently, but we sure love the idea! We decided to celebrate by sharing 5 fun Bible facts your probably d...
Piece by piece is the answer. And where is a great place to start? With your favorite verse!
Everyone has that one favorite verse. It speaks something to them; it speaks truth and encouragement. It is their go to when they are hurting or when they need hope. Take a second, if you haven’t already, and determine which verse that is for you.
Sometimes reading the Bible is hard. I love the Word and I love God but it is just plain difficult sometimes.
Many of you feel the same: we know we should/need to read the Word of God…but how do I fit it in?
We fit it in by being intentional. So, here are 5 tips to help you intentionally read Scripture!
My 2.5 year old is saved because of this show, and your little ones can experience the same thing. For us, it all start with watching JellyTelly and “What’s in the Bible?”
We are believers. Believers of what? We believe in God the Father, we believe in Jesus Christ, we believe in the Holy Spirit, and that He has given us new life (thank you, Newsboys!).
Does this scenario sound familiar?
You sit down to do study the Bible and you see:
Half full coffee cup, open Bible, and beautifully hand-penned notes… and you think, “Photo opt!” You take your picture, perfect it, share it, and then carry on with your day.
And you never think about finishing the Bible study.
Often when faced with the decision to leave a church, we go about it in the wrong way. We focus on our feelings being justified and how we have been wronged.
I’m hear to tell you, your feelings don’t matter.
Have you ever told someone who is having a rough season that “things are going to get better”? Well, guess what, you have prophesied. Prophecy is building someone up and encouraging someone in the most basic of form.
As Christians, we widely agree that God created man and this entire world, right? That would make our God a highly creative individual.
Just look at the array of landscapes He made. The colors the leaves change in the fall. The different flavors of heirloom tomatoes. The softness of a cat. The melody of a robin. The scent of jasmine. God is creative.