Tag Archives: Luke 10:38–42

Better Together: Through Kingdom Lenses

Better Together: Through Kingdom Lenses

  Group Gathering WARM UP (5–10 minutes) INVITE GOD IN Take a few minutes to talk with God silently about the lenses through which you see the world. Ask God where He wants you to pay attention to your worldview. If It is helpful, write, draw, or express yourself to God. DISCUSS TOGETHER How do

Jesus, Respecter of Women

“Jesus Christ raised women above the condition of mere slaves, mere ministers to the passions of man, raised them by His sympathy, to be Ministers of God.” – Florence Nightingale We are living in a time in history where nearly everyone claims to be a respecter of women; but so many men’s lives (and behind-closed-doors

Rest in The Lord

Raising a family is a rewarding calling. but let’s face it: when we’re knee deep in dirty dishes and diapers, it can be an exhausting one! As moms, we are called upon to fill so many roles in our children’s lives: chefs and chauffeurs, nursemaids and nannies, teachers and coaches, party planners and personal assistants…

Jesus and Women: Mary, Mary

On their journey, Jesus came into a village. There was a woman there named Martha, who welcomed him. She had a sister named Mary, who sat at the Master’s feet and listened to His teaching. — Luke 10:38-39 Jesus’ twelve disciples were all men, but they were not His only disciples. The gospel of Luke,

How to Listen to the Voice of God

  When preaching, I have found there are two kinds of listeners. The first kind are passive and nonchalant – people who can “take it or leave it” when it comes to the Bible. Then there are those who are aggressive listeners. These people have a look of hunger on their faces. They attend church

Jesus Calling: God Invites You Into His Presence

There are times when all of us fall victim to the activity trap. If we could just do more, then we will feel better, be more spiritual, be closer to God. Yet, Jesus points out that increased actions do not always lead to increased effectiveness. In this week’s lesson, Sarah Young leads us through the

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