The Bible defines humility as getting beyond ourselves and instead securing our neighbors’ interests first.
These studies can help you not only understand God’s love for yourself, but how to extend that love to all the relationships in your life.
As parents, we can help our teenagers to love others – no matter how entitled they may be – by inspiring them to follow Jesus’s example.
A good friend can make just about any situation better. The Book of Proverbs gives us a blueprint for how to be that good friend.
Asking God for self-discipline won’t amount to much if your motive is not to love others.
A mini study to help us learn how to embrace our purpose through music
Many Christians become deceived because our entire experience is lived within the church. God wants us to expand our world to see he has bigger things in store.
Motivation to build relationships happens when we are moved by God’s love and have the courage to face our fears.
A guide to what may be blocking your love for others.
God wants us to evaluate ourselves by how deep and strong our faith is. He doesn’t evaluate our spiritual condition by looking at how we appear on the surface. The depth of our faith determines how much of a difference we can make in the lives of those around us.
By digging down deep, we start the process toward having a faith in God that is not easily shaken. However, depth takes work. It is not a personality trait or a natural talent, but rather a skill that must be worked at and developed over time.
God orchestrates the people we encounter and the relationships we build, so that he can use us to change lives.
When we have faith in God, we love big! If you are having a hard time figuring out why you are unloving, it may be because you have no faith. God can give us faith and teach us how to love.