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We all have a worldview from which we live. How does the Bible affect your view of life, God, and self?

You’re Not An Embarrassment

    In frustration, her words hurt me. They stayed with me and became how I viewed myself. I needed God to say, “you’re not an embarrassment.”

    A Season of Hope

    A Season of Hope

      Generosity seems to abound. Families and old friends reconnect. Christmas is a season of hope because Jesus has come! God wants to be with you. Grab hold of the hope of Christmas.

      mary shows how to respond to god

      Mary Shows How to Respond to God

        God invites us to be involved with Him. Mary’s interaction with the angel shows how to respond to God. Let’s look at what her faith reveals for us.

        You Are Made Beautiful

          All of us have struggled with self-image issues to some degree or another. I’m too fat. I’m too skinny. I’m too small. I’m too small. I don’t like my eyes. I don’t like my nose. My voice sounds silly. I make noises when I breathe. My teeth are crooked. My ears are too big. Whatever you have struggled with, realize that you are quarreling with God. You are saying that God did not know what He was doing when He created you.

          God Makes Things for Beauty

          God Makes Things for Beauty

            In heaven things are made for beauty not merely utility. Streets of gold. Go beyond what is required and bring life into whatever you are doing.

            God's Heart Bursts With Longing For You

              And so, to begin with, you might ask yourself, “Did I have a father with whom I felt safe?” and, “Did I know I was prized by my father?” “Was I invited to be a boy, did I get to live a boy’s life as it was meant to be?” You might even want to write out your answers to those questions, especially the follow-up question, “Why . . . or why not?” Tell your story, at least to yourself, and to God.

              Fear Casts Out Love

              Fear Casts Out Love

                If we bring fear into the equation, love is going to leave. Fear casts out love. People eventually rebel when motivated by fear; love keeps us motivated.