March 14, 2021
The Lord manifested a special kind of patience with those who hung Him on the cross. He manifests a special kind of patience with us as we struggle with sin. What kind of patience do we manifest with one another in light of His patience with us?
March 07, 2021
If we cannot accept the first five words of the Bible, what can we believe within scripture? What does it take more faith to believe, evolution or creation? This first in a series of lessons addresses the problem of a lack of evidence in the theory of evolution.
February 28, 2021
How do we interpret the word of God in a way that is true to the word of God? Surprisingly, you will find it is the same way you expect your word to be understood. This first of two lessons begins to examine some questions about authority.
February 07, 2021
As with all things, there are those who do and those who do not. There are disciples who serve and those whose sin cripples their ability to serve. This lesson contrasts the challenges we all face in discipleship. What does your discipleship look like?
January 31, 2021
In a world where they are many injustices, justice is an oft neglected concept among Christians. This second lesson of two lessons aims to consider justice from the perspective of disciples as revealed within scripture.
January 24, 2021
In a world where they are many injustices, justice is an oft neglected concept among Christians. This first lesson of two lessons aims to consider justice from the perspective of God as revealed within scripture.
January 03, 2021
The goal of this series of lessons is to challenge us to dig deeper, Bible study is a critical aspect of every disciple's growth. Are you digging deep into God's word?
December 27, 2020
Left unchecked, sin can be a destructive force in any home. It is not a question of whether or not sin will impact a home, but what will a home do when sin hits home?
December 20, 2020
The birth of a child in our lives is an amazing, wondrous and life-changing event. What impact does the birth of Jesus have on your lives?
December 13, 2020
The fact that Jesus it is The Resurrection and The Life often evades a Christian's everyday, practical thinking. Can we imagine the implications if Jesus were not these things to us?
December 06, 2020
Thessalonica was a church in pursuit of excellence. They were highly praised by the apostle Paul. They were an example in their time and remain an example now. What lessons can we learn from the church in Thessalonica?
November 15, 2020
Have you come to serve or to be served? This is a critical question we need to ask of ourselves in every aspect of our lives. Jesus did not call us to be Lords. He called us to serve.
November 08, 2020
Is Christianity entirely about "thou shalt nots" or is this so much more to it than that? How does a Christian apply the commands of God to his or her life?
November 01, 2020
This world has a way of drawing us into all of its trouble. We find ourselves overcome with worry, often about matters that we cannot control. No matter what happens in this world, it is critical that we remember our God reigns.
October 25, 2020
How do you handle difficult situations? Do you do right in the face of wrong? Will you listen to the truth regardless of the source? Is your life a living response to faith in Jesus Christ? These questions and more are considered in the story of the Philippian jailer..
October 11, 2020
Principles to be applied in marriage are not only found in passages directly referring to marriage. Marriage is one of, if not, the closest relationship God has given us on earth. Are we applying passages like Philippians 2:1-4 to our marriages?
October 04, 2020
The church in first century Corinth had many problems. Among them was the sin of sexual immorality. What lessons might we learn from the challenges of which Paul addresses them? How should we face the challenge of sexual immorality and address it among ourselves today?
May 03, 2020
What is discipleship? What does it look like in the church family? How does it manifest itself? How do we grow in discipleship? What does discipleship cost us? This lesson aims to answer these and a few other questions about genuine discipleship in the context of the church family.
April 26, 2020
Marriage is work. Yet, for disciples, marriage is also working together in the service of God. Aquila and Priscilla demonstrate what this looks like for us in Scripture. This lesson challenges us to think about our marriages as another avenue through which to serve God together.
February 16, 2020
The purity of our children's hearts is worth fighting for. Too many children are having their purity robbed from them by a culture that purposefully seeks to undermine that purity. As part of the Family Focused them, this lesson asks what are you doing to pursue purity for you children?
February 02, 2020
Are you pursuing personal purity in your life? What does personal purity look like? How do we pursue it? What steps can we take? As part of our Family Focused theme, this lesson covers all of this and more in regards to our personal purity.
January 26, 2020
What would church look like if everything was open and exposed, like it is in a reality TV show? What would it look like if all of its problems were out in the open? Jesus sees our church as it really is rather than how we like to think it is! As part of our Family Focused series, this lesson uses the seven churches in Revelation to get us to consider what real church looks like?
January 12, 2020
In the beginning, God created, among other things, marriage. What did that look like? How do the ideas of that original marriage impact our marriages today? As part of our Family Focused series, this lesson addresses the idea of marriage from the original perspective of marriage -- the beginning.
January 05, 2020
With a new year upon us, it is good to reflect on the idea of resolutions. The Bible is filled with "I will..." ideas that are tantamount to resolves. This lessons considers some of those and their implications for us. It also briefly introduces our 2020 Theme - "Family Focused."
December 29, 2019
The majority of the New Testament is a collection of letters, or epistles, written to Christians. As part of the Basic Training series tour through the seventeen periods of Bible history, this lesson gives a quick synopsis of each of these letters.