Bad things happen to God's people. But as we see in last week's stories of Joseph and Judah, God turns bad things into good. It's easy to say this truth to comfort our friends or loved ones who are suffering. But it is not too easy to hear and accept if you are the one... Continue Reading →
God promised to bless us through Abraham's offspring, the Lord Jesus Christ. But even Christians often wonder if God's good purposes can be hindered by bad things people did against us, or by bad things we did ourselves. When those bad things happen, we begin to doubt or lose hope. But can our own sin... Continue Reading →
Here's the discussion guide for Week 4 of The Story of God. This guide includes the stories of Joseph and Judah. You can use it in your small group meetings, family worship times, or for sharing to non-Christians. For Week 3 Guide, click here. To listen to the sermon related to these stories, click here.
Here's the discussion guide for Week 3 of The Story of God. This guide includes the stories of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob. You can choose to use only the first two stories or the first and the last. Use all stories if you have more time. For Week 2 Guide, click here.
Marriage is the deepest human relationship a man and a woman can enter into. During their wedding, a man and a woman enter into a covenant, promising each other that they will love and be faithful to each other, "'til death do us part." And yet, as we often say, promises are meant to be... Continue Reading →
Here's the story guide for the second week of talking through God's story. This guide features stories of Cain and Abel, and Noah and the Flood. Talk about these stories in your small group, in your family, or with non-Christians. For Week 1, go here.
God created everything and he saw it as very good. Adam and Eve worshiped and walked with God. They have everything they need. They were enjoying their life in the Garden. But when you look at our world today, something has gone terribly wrong. What happened with God's good creation? Why are people today in... Continue Reading →