"God, please make me a spiritual man or woman at any price!" When we pray this prayer, we can be assured it is a prayer God will answer. God's process of making us like Jesus is the essence of spiritual growth.
Godly parents can effectively imprint their children by clearly communicating the right view of the real God, by processing their own hurts so they are free to see their children's needs, and by implementing biblical principles consistently in their homes.
Worship is a relational response to God that He desires from those who know Him. Praise is a relational response to the truths of God. The more we praise God, the more intimately we know Him.
Proverbs 31 is a lyrical description of the unseen sacrifices a godly wife and mother makes for her family and her community. Leah was the unappreciated mother who needed affirmation
"Shepherding the Shepherd" was a pastor's conference for the Kentucky Baptist Convention. Notes for the sessions and an Intimacy Needs Assessment are attached.
Preach It, Teach It Pastor Sermons
John Piper, Stanley Toussaint, John Beeson, Tim Bourne, Justin Beadles, Brad Tuttle, Heather Zempel, Randy Alcorn, Glenn Barteau, Lee Strobel, Mosab Hassan Yousef, Leonard Sweet, Mark Saunders, Steve Kelly, Gabe Lyons, Ryan Kramer, Louie Giglio, Alistair Begg, Zan Holmes, Kevin DeYoung, Nancy Guthrie, Andy Davis, Tim Keller, Steven Johnstone, Jud Wilhite, John Bevere, Thabiti Anyabwile, Reggie Joiner, Daniel Chun, Chris Brown, Ed Young Jr., Britt Merrick, Jeff Jones, Jack Schull, Erwin McManus, Andy Thomas, John McKinzie, Anthony Moore, Andy Stanley, Carlos Ortiz, John Gray, Matt Chandler, Ryan Leak, Dave Ramsey, Blake Bergstrom, Tommy Nelson, Levi Lusko, Christine Caine & Tony Evans
The Kingdomnomics series features the teachings of Jesus regarding finances. His parables provide valuable insight into the stewardship of our resources. Managing money God's way leads to abundant living.
Lean times cause us to examine our priorities and remember our blessings. When we seek God first, we can rest assured that He will provide for us. Biblical economic principles are discussed.
Global missionaries tell their stories and describe their passion to share the gospel with unreached people. From African jungle pilots to English language schools, these brave evangelists tell the Good News about Jesus Christ.
This twelve-part series on Solomon's intriguing book gives us an opportunity to re-focus our lives from a heavenly perspective. Although life is fleeting, we can make the most of every opportunity to live wisely and richly. Remembering God in all things brings joy and fulfillment.