The Ministry of Presence

When a person is suffering, they sometimes need a pat on the back or a get well card. They also sometimes need an encouraging verse of Scripture. But one thing that suffering Saints always need is presence. When you don't know what to say or write to that suffering friend, then don't say anything. Just be there. It will make all the difference.

Some Closing Words from Peter

Stephen puts an exclamation point on this practical and encouraging letter from the Apostle Peter by emphasizing the importance of church unity--we believers belong to one another in Christ, and we're called to live in this world for Him. But how are we to do that when, as in the first century, our culture is increasingly hostile toward Christians? Discover eight action steps to live in the state of peace established by the Prince of Peace, Jesus Christ.

The Healer of Broken Hearts

How do you handle suffering? Do you try to deal with it yourself only to ultimately crumble under the stress and sorrow? Suffering serves a glorious purpose--God uses it to refine us, grow us, and make us more like Him. Thankfully, we don't have to face trials alone. We can rest in the God of all grace, relying on Him for strength and comfort. This lesson expounds upon how, in our heartbreak, God Himself mends us, builds us up, and sets our feet on solid ground.

Dealing With the Devil, Part 2

Satan is our adversary, our accuser. He accuses us to God and accuses God to us. In this lesson, Stephen highlights some of Satan's favorite tactics to destroy us, and also reminds us that Satan's power is Providentially delegated and limited. We also learn from 1 Peter 5:9 how we can resist the enemy's attacks. But, above all, we must remember that our only hope for triumph is by standing in the Victory already won for us by Jesus Christ.

Dealing With the Devil, Part 1

Satan is our adversary, our accuser. He accuses us to God and accuses God to us. In this lesson, Stephen highlights some of Satan's favorite tactics to destroy us, and also reminds us that Satan's power is Providentially delegated and limited. We also learn from 1 Peter 5:9 how we can resist the enemy's attacks. But, above all, we must remember that our only hope for triumph is by standing in the Victory already won for us by Jesus Christ.

What Lions Want for Lunch, Part 2

Although as Christians we are eternally secure in the Lord, the enemy--Satan--is on the hunt to devour us. He and his minions have studied humanity since Adam and Eve. They have studied you--your words, actions and even the subtlest responses of your eyes. So even though he cannot read your mind, Satan knows what you're thinking through his observations . . . and his attacks are custom designed to trip you up, steal your joy, and doubt your security in Jesus.

What Lions Want for Lunch, Part 1

Although as Christians we are eternally secure in the Lord, the enemy--Satan--is on the hunt to devour us. He and his minions have studied humanity since Adam and Eve. They have studied you--your words, actions and even the subtlest responses of your eyes. So even though he cannot read your mind, Satan knows what you're thinking through his observations . . . and his attacks are custom designed to trip you up, steal your joy, and doubt your security in Jesus.

Introducing the Angel of Light

Satan is real. And he hates you, desiring nothing less than your destruction. In this teaching, Pastor Davey unveils the very real and constant battle every believer is fighting against the enemy of our souls. But to prepare for victory, we must first understand just who our adversary really is and be able to recognize his masterful schemes to destroy our testimony, our integrity, our joy, and our fruit.

Slaying the Dragon of Worry

Throughout history, humans have struggled with worry. And becoming a Christian does not, as some would teach, eliminate anxiety or the troubles that cause it. But in God's Word, the believer is given instruction on how to deal with inevitable worry. Here, we are commanded to surrender not just our cares, but also our circumstances, ourselves, and our lives to the One Who knows, loves, and cares for us.

Aprons for Everyone

We live in a generation of "I want what I want, and I want it now!"--and pride is actually encouraged. But, as Christians, we are called to demonstrate humility, imitating Jesus Christ as He humbled Himself for us. Through these verses in 1 Peter, Stephen expounds upon three key qualities of humility by which we can show our love for others and to our Lord.

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