Temptation is a word that brings to mind many disappointing, hurtful, frustrating memories. God wants us to become more aware of the dynamics of temptation and overcome temptation so that we can walk in greater joy and freedom. Join us as we look at one of the most powerful passages in the Bible.
Proverbs talks a lot about sex. In it we discover 3 cultural myths that are still strongly held today, as well as the awesome beauty of God's plan for sex. God's intent is better than you can imagine, whether single or married. Even if you are single, never marry and never have sex, this message can be liberating.
Proverbs tells us that wisdom leads to honor. More importantly, the rest of the Bible talks about creating a culture of honor as a quality of life found at the very core of what it means to live and love as Jesus loved. With honor being increasingly absent in our public experience in America, learning to live through honor is more important than ever.
Both Jesus' and Proverbs' wisdom point out one central ingredient to life and faith. Interestingly, American sociologists are increasingly talking about that same ingredient, pointing out that it is in decline, out of balance or completely missing in the lives of Americans. That missing ingredient is friendship.
We all live with a virus in the background of our lives that all too often gets triggered, sabotaging who we wish we were, want to be and what is healthy in our lives. Join us as we explore this virus and the antidote.
We often get stressed about big decisions. What is God's will? Is it door 1, door 2 or door 3? What if God's will is less about a door and more about a path. Discover the pressure relieving freedom in looking at God's will more as a path than a door.
Understanding the power of our words. Solomon mentions over 90 times in the Book of Proverbs how powerful our words are. Let's learn how to use them wisely.
We often ask a good question, but not the best question to find wisdom. In today's message, we explore Proverbs to find that best question and understand why it is so much better.
Proverbs 31, a Biblical passage most characteristic of feminine strength and beauty, is often misunderstood leaving women feeling burdened and men creating unrealistic expectations. Join us as we examine how this Proverb is designed to elevate and celebrate strong women, calling them valiant, and what that means for both men and women in how we grow as people and celebrate our differences.