Is it well with your soul? Dean explores the substantiation of wellness and uses seven potential points of reference through his discussion: love, wishes/requests, spiritual appreciation, truth, joy, actions, and mentor(s). Take time to assess you (spiritual) health as you enjoy Dean’s lesson this week.
From Hamlet’s soliloquy, Dean explores our own “be’s” of boasting, background, building, and blessing to challenge us to be a perfect member of God’s army.
We flip lots of things in our life: houses, coins, sides, etc; Dean explores how we may flip in everyday life, as well as how we may flip spiritually. Finally, he asks what can we do to make “the flip” to finally see, listen, open our heart, repent, and decide to follow “the Lord who…
Dean asks the question, “what time is it for you?” Through his discussion, he challenges us to trust that “there is a time for everything” and that we need to set our spiritual clocks to “God Standard Time.” We must recognize this moment (and every moment) is “NOW time,” for 2 Corinthians 6:2 tell us,…
Dean ask the question, “When/what can we give?” Like Jesus with the woman at the well, Dean challenges us to give according the needs of others, as well as giving (and seeking/receiving) from the source of eternal life, the everlasting fountain: our Lord and God.
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.
How are you running the “love mile” that you’re in? Dean explores the definition of love and how we can reach completeness as we strive to love God and others.
Dean presents koinonia as a concept of partnership, as well as a point of commonality between all.
In today’s lesson, Dean asks, “what are we declaring?”