Spiritual Discipline: Duty or Desire?
Jan. 29, 2016 | Jason Ehmann

Spiritual Discipline: Duty or Desire?

As a Denver Broncos fan, I can’t believe I am going to admit this—Tom Brady is unquestionably one of the best quarterbacks that has ever played in the NFL.

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Led by the Good Shepherd, Part 2
Sept. 23, 2015 | CJ Harris

Led by the Good Shepherd, Part 2

Previously in Psalm 23, we saw that God provides for our needs and gives us rest. But far more important than provision and rest is the promise of guidance in righteousness.

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Led by the Good Shepherd
Aug. 17, 2015 | CJ Harris

Led by the Good Shepherd

Previously in Psalm 23, we saw that God provides for our needs and gives us rest. But far more important than provision and rest is the promise of guidance in righteousness.

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Waiting for Jennie
Aug. 6, 2015 | Positive Action

Waiting for Jennie

The following is an excerpt adapted from our study, Behold Your God.

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When God Seems Distant
July 6, 2015 | CJ Harris

When God Seems Distant

The darkest moments along the path of God are those when we feel God has forsaken us. All of God’s children experience these moments, and David was no exception.

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Sustained by His Name
June 22, 2015 | CJ Harris

Sustained by His Name

In David’s day, horses and chariots provided a significant advantage in warfare. Swift and agile, a chariot made a difficult target for the enemy to hit.

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Exploring God's Omniscience
June 15, 2015 | Frank Hamrick

Exploring God's Omniscience

Omniscience comes from the Latin words omni, meaning “all,” and scire, meaning “to know.” So omniscient means, “all-knowing.”

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You Can't Miss It
June 8, 2015 | CJ Harris

You Can't Miss It

In 1931, a man named Ted Hustead purchased the only drug store in the small town of Wall, South Dakota. Normally the store’s business would have suffered in such a remote location, but thanks to the opening of Mt. Rushmore and creative advertising, Hustead transformed the tiny drug store into one of the largest attractions in the area.

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The Life and Ministry of Bishop Handley Moule
June 3, 2015 | CJ Harris

The Life and Ministry of Bishop Handley Moule

The Reformation in England took the path of a State Church established apart from the Church of Rome. Though corruption of doctrine crept in through the ages, men of God still ministered within the Anglican Church. Bishop Handley Moule was such a man.

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Humor in Teaching
May 18, 2015 | Frank Hamrick

Humor in Teaching

Properly used, humor can offer a helpful tool in teaching and preaching. Charles Spurgeon used humor effectively in many of his lectures to students. He skillfully wielded it to show unsaved people the absurdity of their excuses and the folly of their efforts to earn God’s favor.

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Tailoring Lessons to Teens
May 5, 2015 | Frank Hamrick

Tailoring Lessons to Teens

In order to teach teens well, we should adequately prepare our lessons. Just because you know the Word and can teach it to adults doesn’t mean you’ll teach teens successfully.

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The Power of God's Protection
May 5, 2015 | CJ Harris

The Power of God's Protection

Psalm 17 portrays the intimacy of God’s care for His people, and Psalm 18 expounds on the incredible power of that care.

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The Apple of God's Eye
April 29, 2015 | CJ Harris

The Apple of God's Eye

The Bible uses many word pictures to illustrate God’s care for His children.

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Mowing the Lawn
April 20, 2015 | Jason Ehmann

Mowing the Lawn

After creation, God assigned mankind the task of subduing nature (Gen 1:26-31). He commanded people to subdue and gain sustenance from what He had made, and at the same time blessed them with this task.

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