Have you ever walked away from a conversation knowing you asked all the wrong questions? Wondering what in the world you should have said to help the other person? Asking good questions is tough. Some people are good at it but for most of us…we have to learn. Asking good questions shows we truly care and can help others grow spiritually. We’re going to use questions God asked Adam and Eve to learn how we can love others by asking good questions.
A German saying states “the devil catches most souls in a golden net” and when it comes to temptation, this is so true. Overcoming and staying away from temptation is tough. It’s golden net takes on many forms and waits to nab us with every step. How Christians stay away from, and overcome, the “golden net” of temptation is what we’re going to explore today.
Stress in America is almost as prevalent as coffee shops in the Pacific Northwest. 77% of Americans indicate suffering from regular stress and 1 in 3 live with extreme stress. This shouldn’t be. But…how should we deal with stress and what does the Bible say we should do about stress? Using the Bible and King David’s life, we’re going to answer those questions and determine “what we can do about stress”.
An unknown author said, “If you put a small value on yourself, rest assured that the world will not raise your price.”
This quote caused me to pause. If you’re like most women, you’ve likely struggled with, or are struggling with, your value and worth. Lets go to God’s Word and determine your value and worth.
Purpose is a big deal and can have a direct impact on your physical health. Scientific research has shown that having a purpose “buffers against mortality risk”. aka having a purpose increases your life. Purpose also improves your sleep and your memory. If you’re a Christian, you have a purpose. You’ve actually got several of them. Today we’re going to God’s Word to answer the “what is my purpose in life” question. Plus why it’s important and what we should be doing with it.
Everything you think has power – power to destroy or to build up. But…the mind seems to do a good job of only focusing on the negative. If you’re looking for a solution – a way to take your mind captive, get rid of the negative, and replace it with thoughts that build up, you’re in the right place. Today we’re going to look at God’s word and use it to guide our mind and actions. First we’ll look at what God’s Word says about our thoughts and then use it to bury those negative thoughts. Ready to know the why, what, and how of “setting your mind on things above”?
Tiny houses were all the rage and are still a quiet desire of many people. When I googled “why do you live in a tiny house”, the top three articles listed 26 total reasons and only two of those reasons truly matter. Twenty-four of the reasons had to do with physical stuff and self. Only […]
Plan Your Busy Life “If their purpose or activity is of human origin, it will fail. But if it is from God, you will not be able to stop these men; you will only find yourselves fighting against God.” Acts 5:38b-39 Why Do You Do Things Do you ever stop and consider why you plan […]