Fathers are as essential to the upbringing of the children as mothers. But do they have a greater role when it comes to teaching them the ways of the Lord?
Some believers see no connection between the local church members and their spiritual life. Here’s why that’s problematic
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
What do Israel in captivity and the church in lockdown have in common? The uncertainty of the future. These eternal promises of God are the perfect antidote
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
Giving can be hard. We're more given to supplying our own needs than with helping others. Generosity, however, can show that we are right with God
Knowledge is power — but only if it is accompanied by a true fear of the Lord and the spirit of discernment. And the Messiah sets the example
To the overworked, a little peace and quiet sounds like a dream. But true solitude is hard work — and one of the key ways to genuinely discover God
The next time you walk in late because of a last-minute diaper emergency, know that God is still using you and your kids to encourage His people
We've read the epistles several times, but understanding the historical setting they were written in can give them a new level of meaning entirely
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
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