God has called you to live for Him and like Him. Throw off dependence and enslavement to the fle...
The word adorn means “to enhance the appearance of, especially with beautiful objects.” Titus not only teaches that believers can adorn truth, it tells how! Fulfilling your purpose and mission, impacting the world with the gospel—that’s what this study of Titus will help you do.
Learn how Jesus engaged His world. Chapters include “The Original Tie That Binds”; “Invest in People, Not Things”; “Friends, Romans, and Pharisees”; and “Don’t Play to the Crowds, plus two lessons on compassion and one on Jesus’ relationship with the Father. This study will help you evaluate your relationship with Christ. It will also encourage you to engage a wider variety of people to influence them for Christ!
Whether you are riding high
in the mountains, trudging
through the muck of the valley,
or simply wading through the
mundane, God is still God.
He still sees and hears you.
He is unshaken and constant.
He is a merciful judge. The
power of His salvation can give
you hope. So, enjoy this study
of Habakkuk and place your
hope in our God, Who is fearful
Consider six ingredients for spiritual growth to put on your “shopping list”: faith, trust, gratitude, submission, “clothes,” and victory over adversity. Master these Biblically, and you will find joy as you grow to be more like Christ.
God has a specific design for women, and He has provided special instructions, plans, and commands for godly living in the Church Age. This study will help you live godly in this godless world.
God knew people would have all kinds of fears. That’s why “fear not” is one of the most frequently repeated commands in His Word. Faith is the
opposite of fear. This study will show you how to use your faith to defeat your fears.
Daniel believed, acted upon, and lived out one important truth: God is in control. Trace Daniel’s experiences and learn howyou, too, can have victory in the circumstances,crises, and culture you experience every day.You, too, can demonstrate to the world that the glorious God is King over all.
The book of Ruth is the account of an ordinary girl who moves to an ordinary place to live among ordinary people. But God is graciously working to do extraordinary things through her. Redeemed explores Ruth’s story as God brings her into His family, places her in the line of Christ, and paints a beautiful portrait of His big redemption plan—one where famine leads to faith and foreigners become family.
Walk through the rooms of your soul, evaluating what needs to be repaired, built up, or remade. This study will guide you toward a total transformation of your spiritual life. Each lesson is designed with six sessions for you to complete during the week. Each session includes several “tools” that together will help you progress toward transformation through the power of God’s Word. 6 lessons.
When God's will and your desires collide, what do you do? Jonah tried to dodge God's will, while Habakkuk questioned it. This study of Jonah and Habakkuk provides insights into how God's people might respond to a plan they don't like. You'll learn what pitfalls to avoid and attitudes to choose when God's plans don't line up with yours.10 lessons
Jesus rested, promised rest, and instructed His followers to rest. Learn from Jesus’ journey through life how to have soul-deep rest. (NKJV)
Life, love, peace, joyùthese are some of ChristÆs gifts of grace. Discover the abundant life Jesus promised.
The faces of friendship aren’t always happy ones. Learn what the Bible teaches about friendship, forgiveness, unity, jealousy, encouragement, and more.
This study calls women to move beyond the ballot and pray for their nation.
This study focuses on Jesus' personal interactions with women of His day. (NKJV)