The transforming power of God at work…in me

Renée Cunningham looks at 2 Timothy 3:2–5 in week 36 of Eating Well: A Year in the Bible. Learn more about Eating Well: A Year in the Bible, including the reading plan and study guide, [...]

Good Ambition

Steve Nicholson looks at 1 Timothy 6:6–19 in week 35 of Eating Well: A Year in the Bible. Learn more about Eating Well: A Year in the Bible, including the reading plan and study guide, [...]

Identifying truth in a world full of choices (The Neighborhood)

“You get to decide” is the message of our culture. In a world of options, perspectives, opinions, how do we determine what is good for our faith and what is destructive? How do we listen, [...]

The Prayers of Discipleship (The Neighborhood)

After reading enough of Paul’s letters, it can begin to feel like a Holy Living Obstacle Course. But discipleship is not about completing instructions for Jesus. Discipleship is the process of [...]

Born to Please

Bill Hanawalt looks at 1 Thessalonians 4:1–12 in week 33 of Eating Well: A Year in the Bible. Learn more about Eating Well: A Year in the Bible, including the reading plan and study guide, [...]

The Redistribution of Power

What do we do with verses that have been used to demoralize, dehumanize and control others? What do we do with verses that have been used to manipulate, harm and hurt others? Jesus with a new set [...]

Heart, Mind, Hands

The final farewell of Paul’s letters are full of valuable teaching and wisdom for faithfully following Jesus. Phillipians is no exception. What does it mean to stay in step with Jesus in [...]

If You Go, Don’t Go Alone

Cindy Nicholson looks at (Scripture) in week 30 of Eating Well: A Year in the Bible. Learn more about Eating Well: A Year in the Bible, including the reading plan and study guide, [...]

When Jesus stood among them (The Neighborhood)

Jesus has risen! So now what? Will He still be risen tomorrow? When you are back to your routine and regular clothes, will Jesus be as real, as alive and as powerful?

What Difference Does It Make?

What difference would it make if the resurrection of Jesus never happened?