This fun whiteboard drawing takes you through the life cycle of a caterpillar giving a great comparison to our growth in the Christian life. The goal of a caterpillar is not to become a “better caterpillar,” but to become an entirely new creature – a butterfly!
A bulletproof vest and a handgun may be required to survive in parts of Chicago but staying pure in a world of temptation requires nothing less than eternal vigilance. Sometimes sin will look safe. What then? What is the best way to respond?
In the last years of the previous century a remnant of God's people decided to stay with their sons and daughters through the social storm. The Cantrell family was one of them and today their children and grandchildren are reaping the rewards. The methods and processes they used worked!
Walls in relationships are tough, especially in the family. When you sense the enemy driving a wedge between you and another, what can you do? Bob Newhouse draws from word studies, object lessons, and the testimony of the Wilkes family to motivate us to fight for the relationships in our home.