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February 7, 2021
Do you believe that God has provided all that you need to live according to His purpose? As we see in Genesis, God created everything for a purpose and with a plan. And when we focus more on Him and less on cultural views and norms, we see that He gives us ways to successfully live for His purpose.
January 31, 2021
Do you ever struggle to understand your true identity or purpose? While these can be common questions for many of us, if we turn to God’s Word, we’ll find the answers. As we see in Genesis, we’re created in God’s image and we’re called to represent Him in the world.
January 24, 2021
Do you have a healthy balance of productivity in life and communion with God? This is so important that God’s Word actually provides guidance on how to strike a rhythm of managing our daily life and taking time to connect with Him. Isn’t it reassuring to know that the creator of the universe wants dedicated and uninterrupted time with us?
January 17, 2021
Do you ever struggle with questions of your meaning and purpose in life? Perhaps you sometimes find yourself simply going through the motions or even feeling like you’re living in chaos. As we see in Genesis 1:1, God is the originator or everything and His word creates meaning from chaos.
January 10, 2021
In Genesis 22, God makes a heart-wrenching request of Abraham. He tells him to sacrifice his only son. How do you respond to God in seemingly impossible situations? And does Abraham’s obedience, faithfulness, and trust cause you to rethink your personal view of God’s goodness?
January 3, 2021
Most of us can agree that we’re relieved to leave 2020 behind, excitedly ushering in the new year. But before we rush into 2021, let’s reflect on what lessons we learned and can carry forward. We’re going to look at the story of David and Goliath to help understand how God’s perspective and plan are bigger—and often different—from our own.