Are you curious how the Bible, which was written for an ancient audience in an old world, could apply to you? Keep reading to discover how.
Find out which study tools will help you better understand the Bible, including the one tool you can’t do without.
Does studying the Bible regularly seem unachievable? It doesn’t have to be. It’s easy to establish a personal Bible study plan that will help you succeed.
Have you ever wondered how to study the Bible but don’t know where to start? Discover how to explore the Bible, connect it with the present and apply it to your life.
When I learned to read the Bible with this new focus, the sometimes-stagnant waters of my faith began to churn.
Everything about your life — your desires, motives, attitudes, words and actions — is influenced by your perception of God. What do you believe about Him?
Christmas is a great time for spiritual exploration. Because of its connection to Christianity, it makes sense to take time to think about God. Your spiritual journey doesn’t have to end when the decorations are packed up for the year. Here are some next steps for continuing your exploration of God.
“Becoming an adult is the process of moving out of a ‘one-up/ one-down’ relationship and into a peer relationship to other adults.”
Why millennials need to take the time and the risk to move toward deep and meaningful relationships.
How can Christians make a genuine impact on the culture around them? Andy Crouch, former editor of Christianity Today, shares his thoughts in his book Culture Making.
God sees our hearts as we give to him, even when we feel ashamed. He is like a dad who sees his daughter as she gives him a plastic donut.
We are assured of our future life with Christ, but still here on earth. How one believer has decided to wait in joy.
We have been released from slavery yet, day after day, many of us remain slaves to ourselves, not knowing how to live freely.
New Year’s resolutions are a good way to keep with God’s growth plan. Read about what I’ve learned from failing with my resolutions in the past.
Change in the coming year from a Christian perspective involves prayer, a process, implementation and hard work. Otherwise, a New Year’s resolution is really just an idle dream.
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