Living Kingdom would be an excellent resource for small groups and Bible studies, as well as for personal or family devotional time.
Tag: parables series
Today’s endless pursuit of success and happiness can cost many areas of our lives that actually sustain us like rest, time with family, health, and the list goes on. . . There is a cost to our culture’s aspiration of “having it all”.
Everywhere around us, there are people lost in their sins and who are waiting to be found.
Is it possible we may share more in common with the wicked tenants than the ones the landowner replaces them with?
The parable of the new wineskins is more than just about wine and wineskins. It’s about Jesus, the kingdom of heaven and me.
In terms of declaring God in a secular society, genuine Christian living is our best tool, maybe even our only hope.
The Parable of the Rich Man warns those of us who have been spiritually fed of being too eager for the second coming.
According to Olivia Fairfax, pride and self-deprecation are not as dissimilar as one might originally think . . .