Jesus Christ came with a free plan of righteousness for us to walk after the Spirit and not after the flesh. Apostle Paul presents compelling reasons for us to follow God’s plan for our lives through His Son, Jesus Christ.
What are we really saying to God when we oppose, whine, and complain But Lord to Him? Do we not take Him at His word? Do we not have enough faith to believe His promises? How often do we attempt to prove our cases to God by responding But Lord when He challenges our faith? If we say we believe,...
Now that the ultimate goal (finding the correct answer) and the tools for accomplishing this goal have been identified, the last essential resource for every math student is confidence. A student’s confidence in their ability to attain the ultimate goal is developed carefully and thoughtfully...
In life, there are times when someone or something of value is lost. I’m reminded of Matthew 7:7 “Ask, and it shall be given you; seek, and ye shall find; knock, and it shall be opened unto you.” Notice that God’s word assures us that when we seek, we shall find. That’s a promise! So then...
We’ve all heard the idiom: a penny saved is a penny earned; which could not be truer when it comes to filling up at the pump. If only there was a money tree in every back yard, we would never have to concern ourselves with the rising cost of basic, routine necessities.
The purpose of this article is to encourage us to think on our relationships. Therefore, I will begin by asking a series of How often questions. Do these questions cause you to pause and reflect on your relationships with others (your motives, your responses to and treatment of them)?
Why is what we think of and fill our minds with important? Afterall, thinking is second nature; like breathing. We all do it, so what's the big deal, right?
We have a choice in whom we choose to give our hearts. There is a lot riding on the decisions that we make concerning our hearts.
When others see you, who do they see? Do they see God in you? Learn how to trust God to help you as you seek to know Him and develop a personal relationship with Him.
Simple, yet effective tips and strategies for teachers, tutors, and parents to help elementary students develop number sense. Learn how to improve your child's understanding of basic math concepts and skills.
Can we move past the disappointment to trust God? In the context of this article, day is used to represent those times when things are going right and all is well in our lives, and night is used to represent those dark days when nothing seems to go right; no matter how hard we try.