There are plenty of crises in the world; plenty of reasons to feel lost, aimless, and empty. But the key to a healthy relationship with God is a continual denial of self. When you’re able to get yourself out of the way of your fulfillment, only then can God fill you completely and perfectly.
“Troublesome times are here, filling men’s hearts with fear.” Are you troubled? Dean explores our pursuit after the way of truth that brings life. Are you prepared to follow Him?
How do you worship God? When Jesus approached the woman at the well and asked for a drink, did that relate to worship? Listen and read as Dean teaches how John 4 completely transformed his understanding of what worship is and what it means to worship.
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.
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.
In today’s lesson, Dean asks, “what are we declaring?”
Fear can affect us in so many ways, at so many different times in our life; Dean discusses the perfect love of God that can cast out all fear from our life.
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.
Continuing in the “Run the mile you’re in” series, Dean discusses what it means to be “unoffendable.”