Studies, Lessons and Devotionals
The Battle Hymn of the Republic, Onward Christian Soldiers, His Eye is on the Sparrow and America, The Beautiful. - What do all of these famous hymns have in common? They were all written by women. History is full of women who have given their hearts and talents to God in worship.
Easter is approaching, as I write this. I’ve heard some great lessons and had some inspiring discussions recently about the mind-blowing significance of Resurrection. It’s becoming the thing I want to ask about when sharing my faith with new people. It’s polarizing. It’s The Pivotal Moment in all of history.
Priorities are “first things,” those things to which we devote our attention, time, action, effort, feeling and thought. The priorities we choose direct our life. Our priorities in life are determined by our view of life and what we value. What is at the heart of your values and priorities?
This is the next entry in the series of quiet times from the Birmingham, England, church. This installment covers scriptures to help us connect with God and believe God, like David did and Jesus' disciples did
There are times in my life when my “singleness” overwhelms me. I can often feel that I am ready to settle down and get married. The “white picket fence” is in sight. This realization sometimes serves as a catalyst in the battle for contentment and purity that we single women can face. A relationship can seems like the only solution to the feeling of discontent. While elusive the thought of it can create an air of fulfilment.
This is the next entry in the series of quiet times from the Birmingham, England, church. This installment looks at verses that examine Biblical fruit, and the concept of my God, who shields and guards me .
This is the next entry in the series of quiet times from the Birmingham, England, church. This installment looks at verses that examine the ways God proves himself in His Word and in our lives.
This is the next entry in the series of quiet times from the Birmingham, England, church. This installment looks at verses that can help us examine our hearts and choose righteousness.
Peggy Malutinok’s attitude toward life inspires me. Peggy’s life changed overnight two years ago. Her son Scott had a motorcycle accident that left him in a coma for weeks. He suffered severe brain damage. The Scott Peggy had known and raised was no longer there. She has a different son in the same body. He is still strong, spiritual and fun-loving--but he is a very different young man than he was before the accident.