Jesus can redeem our past and give us hope for a beautiful future.
In every context, we have an opportunity to see a different aspect of who He is and what He has done, is doing, and will do to redeem the world.
This lesson teaches us how to listen for His voice in many forms.
What does it mean to live a Christian sexual ethic?
In this lesson, we look at God’s original design.
Learn practical tools for reading the Bible.
Learn how to position ourselves to listen and align ourselves to obey God’s voice.
In this lesson, we take a look at properly defining these terms as well as how it affects us.
In this lesson, we discuss the influence of the Bible.
In this lesson, we will talk about the three aspects of ourselves- spirit, soul and body.
As Christ followers, how can we use God’s promises and his word to help us overcome?
In this lesson, we will look at how God designed marriage for us and serves as an illustration of Jesus and the church.
God not only created us in His image, He created us for relationship.
In this lesson, we address each piece of God’s armor for our spiritual lives and how we can live our life as spirit-empowered believers.
In this lesson, we will share how we should go about sharing our faith and why evangelism still matters in our relationships with others.
In this lesson, we will take a look at what it means to be firmly rooted in Jesus.
In this lesson, we see the radical change that Christ brought to the way we interact with people, all people, and how we are all one in Jesus.
If Jesus came to this earth not to be served but to serve others, our lives should reflect that as well.
In this lesson, we begin to see how the life of a Christian is different and how we are to live our lives in devotion to Jesus.
In this lesson, we will look at what confession should look like on a regular basis for us to have a thriving relationship with Jesus.
In this lesson, we discover the meaning of the divine mystery: how we can have a relationship with God through Jesus.
In this lesson, we will look at how and why we should take time to be alone with God.
In this lesson, we look at the context in which Ephesians was written.