“Prayer is our most formidable weapon, but the one in which we are the least skilled, the most adverse to its use.” – E. M. Bounds Have you ever considered prayer as a weapon? “The weapons of our warfare are not natural, manmade, or carnal, but Divine weapons for the pulling down of strongholds. And […]
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Dear Parents, We are excited to partner with you as you guide your elementary students in their faith! Below, you will find details about the lesson we learned this week and a helpful activity to reinforce the lesson at home. Bible Story: Jesus Will Return In today’s Bible story, we learned John saw more amazing things in his […]
Remember who God says you are: His gifted, beloved, and adored child.
When we stumble, God will pick us back up and guide us on the specific path He has for each one of us.
Whatever our stage in life, our ministry is never over, and there is no better example than the life of Naomi.
Prayer isn’t done to impress Jesus. Prayer allows us to grow by being open and honest with Jesus and ourselves.
Our job is not to save our children, but to share with them the truth about Jesus, the only One who can save.
Our children are God’s first. They’re merely on loan to us for us to love them and teach them to serve the Lord.
True intimacy in marriage is impossible without Jesus.
Biblical submission is when partners willingly putting the other first out of love and respect for God and each other.
Marriage is meant to bring joy, make us more like Jesus, and be a visible example of God’s love for His children.
In marriage, unity is what happens when two flawed people learn to forgive.
Falling in love seems to be the easy part of marriage. God did not bless us with a spouse just to have a roommate.
If we want to show our spouses we love them, we start by serving them.
As we experience God’s love in increasing measure, we can’t help but share it with our spouse.
Everything about the marriage bed is pure and holy. Shame or awkwardness don’t belong there.
Sharing our hearts’ desires requires vulnerability. It also puts us in a position to trust Jesus with the unknown.
When it comes to money, we can spend our marriage fighting against each other, or we can spend time fighting for unity.
In marriage, God’s Word is to be the focus of our hearts, not where we spend the holidays or how we celebrate.
We were designed to experience intimacy with God first and our spouses second, then to invest in our children together.
When disappointments come our way, God is with us. He can heal our loss, our hurt, and our anxiety.
Not divorcing should not be our only goal. Loving each other as Jesus loved us, that’s the goal.
No matter how out of control we feel, God is still in control.