Rosalind Banbury's seventh reflection on the 2023-2024 Presbyterian Women/Horizons Bible Study.
In this lesson, children will explore the story of God’s covenant with God’s people through Noah and will consider what God’s promise to never again destroy creation means.
In today’s culture and political climate, we are often faced with moral and ethical dilemmas that challenge our faith. How do we stand against the powers that be? Naomi McQuiller reflects.
Naomi McQuiller thinks about "VeggieTales," King Nebuchadnezzar and the impact of a faithful act.
In this lesson, children will explore one of the healing stories in the Gospel of Mark noticing how a helping hand can bring a measure of wellness to someone who is unwell.
There is so much we will never know. Isaiah asks us to embrace the mystery and trust God anyway, writes Brendan McLean.
In this lesson, children will explore Psalm 111 and use it as a springboard and guide for recognizing God’s work in the world and the call to express thanks for all that God does.
We are not our own; we belong to Christ. We are gifted by the Spirit so that we may be the church in the world, writes Tara Bulger.
Rosalind Banbury's sixth reflection on the 2023-2024 Presbyterian Women/Horizons Bible Study.
In this lesson, children will dig into the complicated prophet Jonah.
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