What is love? The Bible has much to say in answer to this deceptively tricky question, but perhaps few biblical perspectives on love are more startling or more confronting than the picture offered by the prophet Hosea. It’s here that the God of the universe is depicted as a scorned, betrayed husband—one whose selfless love has been thrown aside by a spiritually adulterous people.
These straightforward studies look at the opening chapters of the Bible, and the beginning of everything—of creation, of humanity, of sin, and of God's amazing plan to rescue us through Jesus. (8 studies; leader's notes included)
How should I live my life? When it comes to the art of living, the book of Proverbs is the best place to start, because its wisdom is no less than God's wisdom. These studies help you to understand what true wisdom is and how true wisdom is ultimately found in the person of the Lord Jesus Christ. (8 studies; leader's notes included)
It doesn't really matter what we think about church; what really matters is what God thinks about church. This study explores the different 'church matters' the apostle Paul raises with his gifted, feisty, divided friends at Corinth. (8 studies; leader's notes included)