• Let Love Continue

    The love shared between brothers and sisters in Christ is a blessing that comes with being added to the Lord’s church. Brotherly love is the care, concern, and genuine emotional […]

  • Have You Grown?

    Have You Grown? In 2 Corinthians 13:5, Paul wrote, “examine yourselves!” As this year began, we were encouraged to stand up tall against a spiritual ruler, set spiritual goals to […]

  • Reconciliation to God

    One of the most significant biblical principals that we find in God’s word is the idea of spiritual reconciliation. Reconciliation is the process by which something or some relationship is […]

  • Giving According to Paul

    As Paul strongly encourages the Corinthians to provide financial support for impoverished saints in Judea, he also supplies four necessary characteristics of their giving (2 Corinthians 8-9). ❶ Giving should […]


    Not too long ago, President Trump was criticized for calling gang members “animals.” The response from his critics was that everyone has the spark of the divine within them, and […]

  • For Example

    In Philippians 3:17, Paul instructs the early Christians to “join in following my example and observe those who walk according to the pattern you have in us.” Christians can and […]

  • The Light of the World

    In Matthew 5:14, as Jesus delivers the sermon on the mount, He says, “You are the light of the world.” How are we “the light of the world”? In 1 […]

  • Motherhood

    Feeding schedules, diaper changes, and runaway toddlers seem to consume a mother’s world for what seems like forever. It may seem like an eternal duty, but those days very quickly […]

  • Paul’s Portrait of God for Timothy

    Devoting himself to a theme of godliness in writing his spiritual son, Timothy, Paul writes to encourage him to teach godliness to people who enjoy financial prosperity (1 Tim. 6:3-10, […]