Having money to spend is power and the way we spend it impacts people's lives. The prophet Micah teaches that we must live a life in submission to God's will, treat people with grace and compassion and never ignore injustice. Help the poor and vulnerable.
Speaker: Jeff Jones
Scripture: Micah 6:8, Psalm 146:7-9, Deuteronomy 10:17-18, Job 29:12-17, Job 31:13-23
"Indescribable" is a series on praise. God lives in our praise. God loves our praise. When we choose to wear the garment of praise, our Heavenly Father lifts our spirits and gives us a new perspective. We can live a life of hope and joy.
Type: Bible Study
Scripture: Deuteronomy 10:14-22, Psalm 22:3, Psalm 30:6-12, Psalm 73, Psalm 100
Amos chides God's people for living in luxury and apathy, and refusing to have compassion upon the poor. He encourages them to wake up and see the needs of others.
Scripture: Amos 4:1-3, Psalm 12:5, Psalm 140:2, Deuteronomy 10:17-19, Leviticus 23:22
n Psalm 127, Solomon encourages parents to establish a stable home environment, to set appropriate boundaries, to practice the art of being "with" and to meet the children's primary intimacy needs. Parents need to aim their children for a future with the Master
Speaker: Roger Barrier
Scripture: Psalm 127, Deuteronomy 6:1-4, Deuteronomy 10:12-13, Mark 3:14