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Get Out of Your Head — That’s a Wrap!

Get Out of Your Head — That’s a Wrap!

To live is Christ… — Philippians 1:21 Well, I don’t know about you, but this has been one of my favorites of the FaithGateway Bible studies! Today starts wrap-up week, so if you want to watch all the videos again, here’s your chance. (I always do.) If you haven’t finished or want to go through

Get Out of Your Head OBS Week 2 — Make the Shift

We have to figure out what it is that we love more than God. What is the thing we’re chasing? ~ Jennie Allen What do you think about all the time? A friend of mine spent about ten years absolutely obsessed with the goal of making a million dollars in a year in her business.

Make the Shift

Are you ready for a shift? Ever wonder why it seems some people are happier than you, even if they are going through more difficult circumstances than you? Maybe you have visited Christians in developing countries thinking you were there to minister to them in their need, only to realize that in their smile and

You’re Invited to the Get Out of Your Head OBS

To live is Christ… — Philippians 1:21 Getting out of our own heads begins with understanding our position in Christ. We are His, and we live that out as a matter of fact. ~ Jennie Allen We’ve been stuck in our homes… stuck in circumstances out of our control. Stuck with maybe a little too

Revelation 1:18

The Glorious Truth of Easter Day: My Lord Is Living!

I am the Living One; I was dead, and behold I am alive for ever and ever! — Revelation 1:18 Flowers! Easter lilies! Speak to me this morning the same sweet lesson of immortality you have been speaking to so many sorrowing souls for years. Wise old Book! Let me read again in your pages

Anxious for Nothing Week 3 — Present Your Requests to God

[He] cried out, “Lord, save me!” — Matthew 14:30 Specific prayer provides an opportunity to see God at work. ~ Max Welcome to week three of the Anxious for Nothing Online Bible Study with Max Lucado! Have you ever worry-prayed? I catch myself doing this all the time. I find myself complaining to Jesus about

What Does Jesus Have to Do with ISIS?

Since Christians will live forever, they are told not to fear in the face of death. Paul says, Where, O death, is your victory? Where, O death, is your sting? — 1 Corinthians 15:55 Since we know we will be with God forever, there is no more fear of death for the Christian of true

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