When tellers or retail workers learn about counterfeits, they don’t study fake bills. Instead, they study real ones. Fake ones can change every day. But the real government-issued ones set the standard. The same for us who walk with God. We can’t study every false teaching, doctrine, minister or person. We have to go to the source—tRead More
It’s in God’s nature to show hospitality. In fact, Genesis 1 is an example of His stellar hospitality skills. Evening turns to morning, and as each new day begins, God makes preparation for His special guests. After He completes a task, He makes a declaration: "It is good."Read More
In chapter 2, what looks like coincidences are really the sovereign hand of God. This chapter is overflowing with the kindness of God displayed through man. Listen in to see God's plan begin to unfold…Read More
Ruth 1 opens with a family driven out of the Promised Land—the house of bread literally—to Moab. Instead of living in fruitfulness in the bread basket, this family has already faced famine, death and widowhood—and there are no mention of sons born, so add barrenness to the list. With this episode, we are starting a four-week study of Ruth…Read More
God is such a kind, generous and caring God. The book of Ruth reveals all of this about our creator. It can easy to think of Ruth as a handbook on how to nab a man, but oh, this book is about so much more.
In this four-week Unfolding Words podcast study, we will dive into God’s Word and see just how good God is and how His plan can unfold even in the most unlikely situations. Through this study, you will learn to slow down and look around to discover some new truths…Read More
While Lot chose the city—he was also choosing boundaries. He was bound in physically by the gates of the city and also spiritually by the sinful restrictions of that city. Sin always looks like freedom at first—but if you know the story of Lot and Sodom and Gomorrah, it’s anything but.
Abraham let God choose for him and there were no bounds on his provision—Read More
Growing up, we used to sing the gospel song Traveling Shoes. As a kid, I never understand the need for shoes if you were traveling to heaven. But clearly, I was missing the larger point. When you look at the scriptures, it’s clear that shoes are needed—spiritually and physically because God calls us to be pilgrims as wanderers in this world. Not just because we are on our way to heaven but because he has a goal for us down here—and that’s to spread His glory. And you can’t do that if you are standing still….Read More