Dean talks about finding consistency in your relationship with God, as well as founding yourself in God’s consistency.
What is “Nike?” What does it mean? Sporting equipment? A Greek goddess? Nike means victory! Explore victory in Jesus and the good news of the Gospel as Dean discusses what it means to be a victor and not a victim.
Dean presents koinonia as a concept of partnership, as well as a point of commonality between all.
As Dean continues in his “Awareness: Run the Mile You’re In” series, he explores the act of worship and discusses where we do it, how we do it, why we do it, and much more. Enjoy this week’s lesson and take time to examine your worship and your relationship with God.
Dean discusses pain, with regard to awareness of it, identifying physical/mental discomfort, and using our suffering to improve both ourselves and our relationship with Christ.
I CORINTHIANS 13 Love for God is incomplete without displaying it by blessing others (v.1). Why is genuine love more persuasive than impressive speech? How can we make sure that our words are more than an obnoxious noise? Spiritual maturity and insight is incomplete without practicing love (v.2). What happens to Christianity when we just…
I CORINTHIANS 6:12-20 Because the body is for the Lord, we should choose no other master (v.12-13). How is Paul using their own words to teach them? What will protect you from being mastered? Because we will be raised from death, we should be morally pure (v.14). How should the coming resurrection motivate us toward…