The New Testament Christians were unstoppable because they had such an unwavering faith, convinced of God’s purpose for them.
We may feel regret, and think that this is just who we are. God understands how we feel, but wants to help us see that we are not defined by our mistakes.
When we are insecure, it can be easy to feel like we are a “nobody going nowhere.” This study is meant to help us see that God is the one who makes us somebody going somewhere.
Often, the challenge that I face is that I get inspired to want to make a difference, but don’t realize that I first must allow God to change me.
God uses what we are going through to give us the opportunity to build relationships and it is up to us to accept that lesson. We need to believe that God puts us right where we need to be.
We all have talents and gifts that make us who we are. But too often, insecurity and self-doubt plague us with the fear that we aren’t good enough or will inevitably fail.
In our search for identity, purpose and intimacy we have to go to a place some do not want to enter. We have to deal with the deep things in our hearts.
God wants us to have friends that we can be completely and totally ourselves with, but this can only happen if we let go of control, stop holding back, and allow ourselves to get messy.
God calls each of us toward a greater purpose for our lives; we just have keep moving forward to reach it. What purpose is God calling you toward? Are you focused on achieving this vision, or is something distracting you? Here are 4 distractions that can take away your focus, and how to get your focus back to moving forward toward your purpose.
With insecurity, God never responds with criticism. He responds with a purpose to live for something beyond themselves.
God’s dream is to free us from the things we feel imprisoned by. He wants us to feel comforted, confident, and happy.
This study is meant to help us know how to handle pain. Whether it’s failing a test, rejection from a crush, or losing a loved one, we all have experienced pain to a certain degree at some point in our lives. This study will look at four different ways we can respond to pain, and how God can help us when we’re going through these painful experiences.