This is it–the end of our 6 week study together. I hope you enjoyed it and I’d love to hear your thoughts!
This is the second video complimenting Week 5 in my Bible study, “Beyond Belief, Jesus Saved You–Now What?” We’re talking about a few of the Fruits of the Spirit in detail. What are they and what do they look like?
Finishing up our conversations on the role of freedom in our experience of spiritual maturity. Glad you’re here!
Moving on! So what did Paul really mean by “all things are lawful?” It’s a tough one that people call on to permit all kinds of things. Let’s dig deeper …
We are more than halfway through our study together!
This week we are going to talk about freedom in Christ–what that looks like and how to manage our freedom.
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We are continuing in our study of spiritual maturity using my newly published Bible study, “Beyond Belief: Jesus Saved You, Now What?” Pick up yours and join us here each Monday!
What does the Bible mean when it says, “Do not take the name of the LORD your God in vain”? It’s not what you think.
C.S. Lewis proposes that humans, in general, don’t expect enough out of life, don’t search hard enough, far enough, deep enough–don’t pursue their full joy. What do you think?
What does it mean to be spiritually mature? Must you be wise in order to be mature? Or does maturity train us to discern wisdom? For that matter, what is wisdom?