These six great Bible verses teach the proper approach to parenting, the best method of instruction and the characteristics of good parents. The application of these Bible verses will empower daily.
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.
These four rhetorical questions God asked were addressed to Abraham, Moses, Job and Saul. They challenge our thinking, demonstrate the limit of our wisdom, and stir us to confess that He is wise and good.
We have a choice to make that will shape our eternal destiny: Heaven or Hell? Are we going to say to God thy will be done or is He going to say to us thy will be done? Turn to Him today.
Throughout history God has used the unqualified and has made them qualified to carry forth His work upon this earth.
There are many theories as to the identity of Babylon in the Book of Revelation. The Lord expected the 1st century Church to understand the Revelation, so why should it be so difficult today?
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.
Do animals hear God? What does God think about mocking children? What is His reaction to His people worshiping idols, or preachers committing adultery?
Part 3 of a series about the New Jerusalem shown in Rev. chapter 21 and how it symbolizes the entire Christian journey from beginning to end resulting in eternal life with God. This chapter deals with the foundation stones that are laid upon the firm foundation of Jesus Christ. This study shows...
Kids love snacks, and snacks that they make themselves are always popular. Try these edible food crafts in your Sunday school or children's church, and see how eager the kids are to learn the story that goes with them.