As we continue through the Book of Esther we see themes that can be reflected in the world around us. Gary looks at chapter 3 and the history of the issues of the Jewish people, and how that can be mirrored in the disdain often reserved for God’s people throughout history.
The Book of Esther is unique in the Bible in that God isn’t actually mentioned once! There are no prayers, God doesn’t speak, and we get to see the dramatic story unfold. Throughout the story, we see messiness, scandal, sex, and drama, and yet… we see the Lord at work whether it looks obvious at the time or not.
Rebecca, with guest appearance from her husband Nate, is sharing some principles about parenting that ALL of us can apply to our lives. No matter what phase of life you find yourself in, these principles apply to friendship, discipleship, and parenting.
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CONQUERING THE GIANTS: FINANCES
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Each week, we’ve been trying to share some content to give practical tips or devotions for you all! This Tuesday we talked about genres in the Bible! Have you ever thought about there being genres in the Bible? Even when we’re studying a book of the Bible it seems like we don’t use that word as often, feels too “English class-esque” right? We introduced the idea basics that are 8 basic genres throughout scripture; Old Testament Narrative, Old Testament Law,…
Today, all over the world, teachers are still teaching. During this time of global turmoil teachers everywhere have stepped up and worked out new ways to reach their students. Thank you! Every year teachers pour their heart and soul into the students that come to them, and this year is no different. So to every teacher out there; Thank you!! You are all amazing! We see your work and the difference you make in all our lives everyday. If you…