One of the focuses of PTP each year is family, and in this lesson, brother Eric Owens addresses a temptation that many parents face: letting their children become their idols. This study is full of Biblical wisdom and practical measures that will help families avoid this trap.
Neal examines 1 Corinthians 9:24-27 to draw out 4 easy-to-understand principles that we can use to maintain our focus.
The devil will use temptations and troubles to worry and weaken us, but God can use them to strengthen us (see 1 Peter 5:10-12). When problems cause us to worry, the prescription is prayer. 1 Peter chapter 5 speaks of God as the Mighty Warrior-King and as Merciful Lord and Shepherd. As Warrior-King, we are…
The world is terribly confused about divorce because the world is even more confused about the nature of marriage! In Christ’s day, divorce was a matter of considerable controversy. Today divorce is quite common, but the pain, scars and confusion it leaves behind can impact individuals and families for a lifetime. How we respond to such subjects can say a great deal about us as Christians!
In this lesson, brother Cliff Goodwin reminds us of the five benefits of evangelism. Too many times we keep our faith locked up inside of the church building instead of letting it shine in our respective spheres of influence.