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You’re Invited to the Taste and See Online Bible Study

You’re Invited to the Taste and See Online Bible Study

Taste and see that the Lord is good! — Psalm 34:8 Some of my favorite memories have happened around the table. The sweetest times involve family and friends enjoying delicious food and drinks, laughing and sometimes crying together, telling (and re-telling) old stories, reminiscing about good times, and sharing the Word, godly encouragement, and good

Taste & See: You’re Invited to the Table

Hey friends, There are just a few days left until we start our next community Online Bible Study – Taste and See – and we don’t want you to miss out! Taste and See is one of the freshest Bible studies we’ve seen in a long time. Through the lens of looking at the thousands of mentions of food

Gift of Scripture

The Gift of Scripture: 4 Ways to Practice Reading the Bible

In the Bible, God gives us revelations of Himself which lead us to worship, promises of salvation which stimulate our faith, and commandments expressing His will which demand our obedience. This is the meaning of Christian discipleship. — John Stott Throughout history, we find many men and women who were passionate about reading, studying, and memorizing Scripture, and their stories remain a source

Our Big-Hearted God

Editor’s Note: Through personal stories and scriptural insights, Margaret Feinberg shares glimpses of God’s character — big-hearted, kind, beautiful, mysterious — that point to an authentic and naturally spiritual relationship with him, allowing you to truly discover God in a healthy, refreshing new way, and fall in love all over again. One of the things that

Proverbs: True Wisdom

Beyond the power of God’s wisdom to guide and protect us, one of the most captivating aspects of wisdom is its simplicity. True wisdom doesn’t put itself on display, like the thick volumes of rarely viewed academia that I thumbed through in college. Wisdom is not the complex reasoning of tenured professors. No, wisdom shines

God Is Unbelievably Stubborn

In Hebrew, Midrash means to search out. Midrash asks the reader to find those quirky, oddball Scriptures and inconsistencies and try to make sense of them before God. It challenges us to explore that which we do not know in order to better understand the One we want to know. Midrash invites us to have

Overcoming Worry: God Is In Control

When legitimate concern morphs into toxic panic, we cross a boundary line into the state of fret. No longer anticipating or preparing, we take up membership in the fraternity of Woe-Be-Me. Christ cautions against this. — Max Lucado, pastor A few years ago, The Worst-Case Scenario Survival Handbook became a best seller and spun off an entire series of

What is worship psalm 37:4

What Is Worship?

The word worship is often used interchangeably with several elements that are tied to a church. But what is worship? How do we know that what we are doing is actually worship? To answer these questions, we must seek advice from the Word of God. Worship in the Bible Abraham was said to have worshiped

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