By Chelsea Vaughn There is one phrase in the Bible that I forget all too often. It is the reason for repentance, the agent for freedom, and the hope for eternity. Jesus spoke these words, and he never used such compassion in three ...

We know it’s not Mother’s Day yet, but this video makes for a perfect Mid-week funny. It’s humorous and touching. Anyone, whether a mother or not, can agree that motherhood is one tough job. We don’t have to ...

By Melissa Affolter When we come to Ephesians 5 and 6, we sometimes bristle before we even get into the text. Virtually jumping off the page are the verses that tell us to submit. As women, we may overlook the rest of the passage ...

 By Rondi Lauterbach  How much is enough time for Bible study? I’m talking serious Bible study, with a pen in hand and a notebook beside your open Bible. How much time do you need for that? One hour a day? That’s what ...

By Christine Hoover Beginning in Ephesians 4:17, Paul gives his readers instructions that can only be understood in light of what he has laid out previously in the book–that God has blessed us with every spiritual blessing in ...

By Courtney Reissig Thank you to the many women who read our recent series on women in the church. We hope you were encouraged as you saw (through varying eyes) the many ways women can and do serve in their local congregations. The ...

By Christel Humfrey Ephesians 4: 1-16 Paul urges the Ephesians to walk worthy of their calling (4.1-16). For the Apostle this is no lightweight matter. A healthy church represents glorious realities and each member is responsible to ...

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