God's goodness and generous character is on full display in chapter 3 of Ruth. Listen to learn how God's provision makes way for his plan.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
Mark 6:30-44 where Jesus feeds the 5,000 is more than just a miracle to wow the crowds. It is instead a picture of how Jesus is a very personal good shepherd, who has compassion and aims to provide good things. As Jesus and the disciples seek to find a quiet spot to rest and regroup, the crowd followed Jesus and the disciples into a desolate place..Read More
A mature believer’s life is marked by a consistent walk—not one that’s marked by fits and start. There should be consistency in your walk. Paul instructs us to "Let your conduct be worthy of the gospel of Christ." (vs. 27, NKJV) In the Greek this phrase refers to giving equal weight. In other words our walk should be consistent with our talk. If we confess Jesus Christ as Lord, our walk should match our talk. There should be consistency in our home life and our spiritual life. There should be consistency in our work life and our spiritual life. There should be consistency in our leisure life and our spiritual life.Read More
This is the first in a series titled Grow Up. Maturity in God has nothing to do with chronological years and everything to do with your knowledge of good and evil. God intended for us to grow into maturity under the guidance of His loving care. Listen and learn how you can continue (or jump-start) your growth in Jesus Christ.Read More
Lately, the prayer of my heart has been the same words that Mary, the mother of Jesus proclaimed in Luke 1:38: "Behold, I am the servant of the Lord; let it be to me according to Your Word." In order for you and I to live according to God's Word and truly be His servant, we are going to have to lay down our plans and visions and hand them over them for His.
I’m currently reading through the Bible,… Abraham in Genesis. What struck me about his life (aside from His great faith) was his ability to surrender his life's plans to God. The Lord called him out of his country, his land and his family to a place that God would show him. Imagine all of the plans and ideas about his life that Abraham had to lay down into order to obey the Lord.Read More