If Noah could have a family working for God, worshiping God, and walking with God, then you can have a family working for God, worshiping God, and walking with God! We are facing a terrible “flood” in our own day.
Often music's dynamics and how it plays upon our hearts and lives can be difficult to describe. A different vocabulary is needed, and even then words can often come up short and be misleading. Scott Aniol's 50-minute message helps clarify these aspects of music.
Will you trust Me? This is one thing God really wants to know. This is what He would ask over and over as Sam and Ann Conway went from having it all to having a couple hundred dollars and no car. Savings, position, and even reputation were all gone. Will you trust Me?
“Then Jesus said unto them, Verily, verily, I say unto you, Except ye eat the flesh of the Son of man, and drink his blood, ye have no life in you” (John 6:53). The first time you read this verse you may have thought the same thing as those who were present at the words of Jesus, “This
The ATI Wisdom Booklets provide a unique way for families to grow closer together. Apart, learning can take place, and there is much to be said for assignments, book reports and homework, but on the whole how does a family seek the Lord together?
Wisdom Booklet preparation and teaching will naturally bring together, under one central theme, many and varied resources from life: a legal pad and pen, a Strong's Concordance, dictionaries (plural!), whiteboards, checklists, highlighters, spray paint, brightly colored paper, chalk ...
Communion is God’s design to lead us into self-examination and a time of asking for and receiving forgiveness. This same tool can build strong family relationships as each one—through family communion times—strengthen their walks with Christ and their relationships with one another.
It's sobering when God tells a man "You'll either let My Word crush you or you will crush your children". He is always the same, His Word is mighty, and His ways work. We need to let Him have His way with us before we can have an impact on those around us.