“Do you, parents create opportunities to teach your kids about serving God in the ordinary mundane daily routines? This article will help us, as parents, to have the discussion about serving God in the ordinary things with our kids. It must start with us first examining our own hearts of how we are serving others.”
“When it was all on the line for the young man, he trusted his wealth, his possessions, more than God. His wealth was his god, and that kept him from entering the kingdom. The thing is, he didn’t see this until he really had to choose.
Do you find that disconcerting? The disciples did: “Then who can be saved?” (Mark 10:26). As an affluent American living in the midst of unprecedented historical abundance, I do. I don’t trust my faith self-assessment.”
“At first glance, many will see a picture of one particular woman in Proverbs 31—an earthly, ideal bride. But if you look intently over time, you may see another—the spiritual bride of Christ (Eph. 5:27).”
written by Paul Tripp
“Trouble is an unwelcome guest in all of our lives, and when suffering enters our door, our immediate instinct is to run away or attempt to alter the situation or location. In this video, Paul Tripp teaches that our only true source of hope is a Person - Jesus Christ - and not a change of circumstance.”