In the final five plagues, God humbles a man who considers himself a god and a people who thought themselves untouchable. God opposes the proud and will use any means necessary to humble us.
Everyone goes through a period of suffering. When suffering hits we need to remember that God cares for us, and He sees us in our suffering.
As we undertake the Great Commission, we will share the gospel with people firmly convinced…
In the first five plagues, God shows His power over the gods of Egypt and attacks the Egyptians’ many sources of affluence. Nothing in this world deserves our wholehearted trust and allegiance.
Working with preschoolers is a unique privilege. Feeling safe and being able to listen and engage with these stories is the building block for their future in His Church.
We often strategize ways to impact international fields with the gospel, but Western culture is…
While the planned Exodus served to rescue God’s people, He also intended it to wake Egypt up to His supremacy compared to the gods of this world. Never overlook how God uses His work among His people to bring the nations to Him.
The time we spend on Sundays learning, serving, and growing clearly demonstrates to our children what is valued in our homes. How can you stay motivated for Sunday mornings?
While each individual Christian must take personal responsibility for Kingdom activity, the Great Commission is…
Before the plagues commenced, Scripture provides a genealogy for Moses and Aaron, highlighting their unsavory family line. Just like these two who were used mightily by God, nothing in your family tree can disqualify you from God’s service.
God calls us to go, even if we may not know what we are going to. If you don’t have a specific assignment, will you seek the Lord? Will you go?