Discussion-based Lessons

Discussion-based Lessons

Discussion-based lessons have groups talking and changing. We are changed more by what we say than what we hear. "Instead SPEAKING the truth (not just hearing the truth) we will grow." Ephesians 4.15 https://www.youtube.com/embed/lduldVUA8-4

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A perspective on suffering

A perspective on suffering

An incident occurred during our son’s early childhood that illustrated for me this profound love of the heavenly Father. Ryan had a terrible ear infection when he was three years old that kept him (and us) awake most of the night. Shirley bundled up the toddler the...

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Why I Believe

Why I Believe

If you were to ask me why I believe in God, I suppose I would tell you a story about a baby. She was not the beginning of my faith in God, but she was a new chapter of it. I did not know that when a baby came into my world she would bring God with her. When we found...

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Why I doubt

Why I doubt

If you were to ask me why I doubt, I suppose I would tell you a story about a baby as well. A couple whom I have known for a long time had a beautiful little daughter. She was the kind of child who was so beautiful that people would stop them on the street to comment...

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God’s remedy for discouragement

God’s remedy for discouragement

We all face quitting points in life. The question is: What do you do when you are tempted to lose heart? How should you respond when your faith begins to faint? Is there any counsel from the Lord to face those times when you feel like giving up? The answer appears in...

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The Many Faces of Wisdom

The Many Faces of Wisdom

Several times Proverbs exhorts us to “get wisdom” (Proverbs 4:5, 7; 16:16). Regardless of what else we have to turn down to get it—riches, honor, wealth—we should get wisdom. That exhortation raises the question, How do we know we have wisdom? How do we know we have...

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Finding Peace in Divorce

Finding Peace in Divorce

I remember slowly hanging up the phone and then saying as I sighed deeply, “Well, it’s happened.” The voice on the other end of the phone was an attorney, notifying me that my wife had filed for divorce. I had lived with threats of divorce for many years; my wife had...

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Hotel Rwanda and the Existence of God

Hotel Rwanda and the Existence of God

I first saw the movie Hotel Rwanda with my daughter and a group of her friends. In Rwanda, in the space of less than a year, a million people were destroyed, many of them butchered with machetes, for belonging to the wrong tribe. After the movie we went out and talked...

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Justice and the Existence of God

Justice and the Existence of God

One time during the off season, an umpire in a softball league in Colorado got stopped by a cop for speeding. He pleaded for mercy, explained that he was a very good driver, and told why he had to be in a hurry. The officer wasn’t buying the umpire’s argument. “Tell...

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Banana Cream Pie and the Existence of God

Banana Cream Pie and the Existence of God

I had a philosophy professor in college named Steve Evans, and although I often couldn’t keep up with him, he made one statement I have never forgotten: one of the greatest proofs of the existence of God is banana cream pie. It’s kind of a shorthand version of the...

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God is not a sleepy friend

God is not a sleepy friend

The disciples watched and waited as Jesus prayed. When He finished talking to the Father, one of the disciples had a question. Speaking for the rest, he said, “Lord, John the Baptist taught his disciples how to pray. Would you teach us how to pray?” (see Luke 11:1)....

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Arguments and the existence of God

Arguments and the existence of God

I believe we have a moral code in our hearts and that Somebody put it there. This idea comes by way of C. S. Lewis. Pay attention the next time you hear an argument. Maybe you can go start one just to check this out. Nancy and I had a good argument recently about...

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It happens after prayer

It happens after prayer

Life happens. Faith weakens. Temptations attack. Satan oppresses. Needs overwhelm. Sickness comes. Finances disappear. Divorce looms. Loneliness suffocates. Friends betray. In addition, decisions paralyze. Worries strangle. Careers stall. The challenges of life...

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