Imanuel Christian teaches on the first two Hebrew words of Psalm 23.
Wayne Stiles teaches from the book of Galatians that there is usually a delay between what we sow and what we reap. The good news? The delay in the harvest reflects a precious opportunity to serve God.
Wayne Stiles teaches from 2 Corinthians 1 that if we want God’s comfort, we must surround ourselves with God’s people. And our purpose in pain is more than relief—but comfort for others.
Wayne Stiles teaches from first Corinthians 13 on what love looks like in our world of hurt. Everyone has their definition of love, but God goes beyond definition to practical application.
Wayne Stiles asks four questions from the book of Romans on dealing with our motivation to serve God, pondering what eternal security does for us, having a purpose bigger than ourselves, and affirming others in their lives.
Rhome van Dyck presents a study of Peter’s encouragement for advancing the Gospel and Holy Living in tough times.
Wayne Stiles teaches from the Book of Acts that God’s purpose for us includes the journey, not just the destination. Closed doors merely represent an essential part of God’s plan to move us forward.
Wayne Stiles teaches from John 7 that we want God to act immediately, but His timing sees the big picture. The Lord promises us our waiting will be worth it—and He provides a wonderful picture of what we’re waiting for.
Wayne Stiles shares the story of the Bible, from beginning to end, offering a perspective of history that reminds us of the power and mercy of our God.
Wayne Stiles teaches from the book of Luke that much of our sadness comes from clinging only to parts of the Bible. The better we understand the whole Bible, the better we’ll understand God—and ourselves.
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