Some people admit they would live their lives over again if they could. Others say no way would they want to live their lives over again. Both sides give reasons for their decision.
A Pictograph study of the Hebrew word for trust. The letters used to built this word give clarity and depth to its meaning of being on the inside, swaddled, and embraced.
Since the introduction of slavery in the Americas in the early 1600’s, Christianity has had a powerful effect on the African American culture. When the European settlers discovered the communities in Africa, they saw opportunities for advancement...
This is a continuation of a weekly series in the Gospel of John that students at The Gospel Stand are currently reading.
How to respond to an ordained person with NPD.
A simple summary of John 14:15-24 taken from our public meeting on 23/10/2019.
Extraordinary women are ordinary women whose participation in something ordinary produce extraordinary results. See how Bible women-Miriam, Mary Magdalene and others influenced worship and devotion.
Who was King David? Depending on a student's age and comprehension level, that question could have many different answers. Here's some key information about Israel's second king as well as some fun interactive activities to help kids understood who King David really was.
Is a Step by step instruction guide of how to repair a Bible or other Book you want to keep with broken spines or torn loose bindings.
Bible worksheets to help children study through the Old Testament; includes crossword puzzles, matching worksheets and word-search puzzles.