Sherry Thomas describes herself as a late bloomer when it comes to being a child of God. She knew Jesus as her Saviour from a young age, but didn’t develop a passion for Him or His Word until well into adulthood. She is grateful for her husband with whom she shares five children, whom she homeschools. Sherry is active in women’s and children’s ministries at both her church and Bible Study Fellowship.
When the Lord allows your children or loved ones to hit rock bottom, do you interpret it as certain defeat or a call to prayer?
Scripture says disciplining children well has multiple benefits. But that means doing what is good for the child, not what is comfortable for the parent
As high priest, Eli held the highest position possible in Israel. But he was unable to lead others to the Lord — beginning with his own sons
Though he was a high priest in Israel, Eli's shortcomings in leadership began at home with his inability to parent well. Three aspects stand out
If Jacob could make so many mistakes and still be used by God, there’s hope for believers who find themselves spiritually stumbling time and again
The people of Israel were a stubborn lot — and they were no different even when Jesus was with them on earth. Yet, one man stood apart
At conception, we are created in the image of God. At our second birth, we submit our lives to Him. But partial submission is not what Christ calls us to
Have circumstances or people discouraged you from seeking God’s mercy and help? No one who seeks Him is ever turned away empty-handed.
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