Small Group Bible Studies

Who is responsible for your spiritual growth? Who is responsible for feeding you spiritually? Is it your pastor, or are you responsible for yourself before God? Learn how to "fix your own food" in this presentation about Small Group Bible Studies.


Becoming Secure

God has built into every human brain the capacity and desire for relationship. That capacity begins with a loving relationship with parents and expands out to encompass every other kind of relationship in human life. As we grow from children to adults that capacity extends to God as well. How we experience relationship early has a lot to do with how we relate to God later. Are you secure in your relationship with God? Is it easy for you to have faith? What can be done to become more secure in our relationship with God?


God as Our Father

With this installment of the series, Relating to God, we next consider how God intervenes in our lives to promote connection with us. Are you aware of his efforts? Ever held the door for someone at the mall and they're so busy they don't notice? It's never good to be oblivious to God.


Where Overcoming Begins

Those of us who are Christians know we need to overcome our faults and sins. We know we are to surrender our lives as did Jesus Christ. Try as we might, real change often eludes us. How do we make real changes in character? Where Overcoming Begins will lay the foundation.


The Work of Overcoming

She prayed, she studied her Bible, she fasted and she donated money to charity in an attempt to get over being selfish, shallow and upset with her husband and children. For five years she did all this and nothing happened. She was still as selfish and volatile as ever. What did she leave out?


Ten Teenage Girls

Horizons are wide open for Christians! There are as many ways to serve God as there are those who want to serve him. There is one big danger, however. Jesus warns us about it with a story about ten teen-age girls. Order Ten Teenage Girls and stay out of trouble.


Jesus and the Passover of Moses

John the Baptist called Jesus the lamb of God who takes away the sins of the world. Lamb of God? What a curious thing to say! Where did that come from? If you have the courage to understand John's meaning, it will rock your world! And it will deepen your relationship with God.


Jesus and Unleavened Bread

In 2 Timothy 4:3-4 Paul warned Timothy that Christians will "accumulate for themseleves teachers to suit their own passions, and will turn awy from listening to the truth and wander off into myths. That's really spooky when you consider that all the Christian holidays are based on myths. Surely God has something more relevant that that for us. Learn more about it in Jesus and Unleavened Bread.