Sometimes it's not finding a friend that is the challenge. Friendships are often derailed by disappointments, hurts, conflict and offenses. How do we navigate these potholes in our relationships? Not surprisingly, Proverbs has some genius advice.
Friendship is one of the few things we get WORSE at as we get older, and lots of people feel hopeless about deeply connecting and settle into loneliness. But friendship is more important than we realize, more difficult than we thought, and more achievable than we believe.
In this last lesson in the series, we discuss hospitality. Believe it or not, the Bible says a lot about it. 1 Peter 4:7-11 talks about the importance of hospitality in light of the end of the world. Peter mentions 4 things, and hospitality is one of them!
Sometimes Christians are tempted to look at the world around us and feel a little hopeless and bleak about the state of the church, but Revelation reveals a much more hopeful truth. The power of God to advance His kingdom is unstoppable!
We're finally to the part of Revelation that contains the number everyone wants to talk about. It's exciting to scour the headlines for the next conspiracy theory but what this section of Scripture actually talks about is essential to your day-to-day life.
John is invited through a door into a different reality. What he sees is the key to understanding this entire letter.
Revelation is a tough book but it's made vastly more difficult because we try to understand it from the wrong vantage point. Join us as we explore seven keys for reading Revelation well.
There are a lot of people making contradictory truth claims. In a world of confident uncertainty and self-assured confusion - how do you know what you know? 1 John is an exquisitely designed letter to help Christians be confident in their connection to God.