It's one thing to read the Bible. It's another thing entirely to integrate the story of the Bible into our lives in such a way that it is a repetitive theme and an identifying mark of who we are. In this study of Deuteronomy 6, Pastor Brandon Cox takes us inside the mind of Joshua, one of Israel's earliest leaders and reminds us of the truth Joshua knew - success in God's eyes means taking His story into our lives, living it, and loving it.
The cross has theological and historical implications, but it also has some very practical implications as well. Jesus' death on the cross answers once and for all some very common and pertinent questions such as, "will I ever be loved?," "will I ever be clean?," and "will I ever be friends with God?" The answers, of course, are all YES! And they are "yes" because of the cross of Jesus Christ.
How do I balance being vocal about what I believe with being respectful of my employer's wishes? How can I cultivate my faith when I'm surrounded by people who believe differently? How can I be a witness for Christ in the workplace? Discover and discuss your answers to these and other questions as we study together.
When we think of the story of Jonah, we focus on the fish, but there are great spiritual truths at work in the narrative. In particular, let's focus on the national revival that takes place among the Ninevites in chapter 3 and the implications for believers today.