Do you trust God? Do you really believe He’ll do what He promises? This week’s Monday Morning Scripture looks at the unlikely hero Gideon.
Over the last week, you’ve probably had many opportunities to hear and read the Biblical account of Easter week and Jesus’ resurrection. But the Gospel accounts aren’t quite finished yet!
Money and wealth are dangerous—they can be put to good use, or they can also consume our lives. What does the Bible say about how we should understand money?
Acts 4 describes a tense and important encounter in the earliest days of the Christian church. The apostles are confronted by the ruling religious order of the day (not for the last time) and must defend their beliefs and actions. Let’s read the story!
What should a Christian’s life look like, practically speaking? In this passage from Colossians 3, we learn that a Christ-honoring life is not defined merely by avoiding sin, but by reflecting God’s own virtues in the way we interact with others.
Today, we’re kicking off a new blog post series called Monday Morning Scripture—each Monday morning, we’ll post a thought-provoking Bible passage to help you keep focused on God as you begin your busy week. Today’s passage is Isaiah 46:3-13.