"Jesus, Don't You Care?"
During times of adversity, it may seem as if God doesn’t notice—or worse, it may seem as if He doesn’t care. The disciples fought to keep their vessel afloat in a storm while Jesus, asleep in the bow, seemed disengaged. But Jesus settled the storm for them, and the gospels reveal that only He can bring peace to the trials of our lives. Discover how to lean on the Almighty for confidence and strength, whatever storms may rage around you.
"As in the Days of Noah"
Comparisons between today’s culture and Noah’s day are hard to deny as we observe generational loss from the church and the secularization of the Western World. Just as Noah built an ark and warned people of the flood, we’re called to tell others about the final judgment and salvation through Jesus Christ. Get better equipped to defend the Christian faith and reach the lost with His Gospel.
"Living Out of the Overflow"
The fruitfulness of our life is a direct result of the intimacy of our relationship with God. The struggles and successes we experience, the discouragement and the joys are all a reflection of the intimacy we have with Christ. Does it seem like you’ve plateaued in the level of your service, worship, or devotional life? Drawing from their teaching on Experiencing God, the Blackabys will show you how you can experience God, not only in your quiet times, but also in your family, church, and work life. Learn how to abide so deeply in Him that His Spirit overflows into your daily living and brings you His lasting peace, joy, and power.
"Finishing Strong - A Study of 2 Timothy"
In God’s Word, the Apostle Paul gives us clear instructions about how we are to carry on the unfinished work that the Lord has for us. Come better understand the point of following Christ—why the church exists, why you are here, and what He wants you to do. Learn how to respond to discouragement, avoid bitterness, and be confident that God will “never leave you nor forsake you” (Hebrews 13:15, NKJV). March on and do more for God than you’ve done for Him in the past—not because of who you are, but because of Whose you are.