In this lesson, children will explore several Israelite judges and what it means to be a human leader who acts on God's behalf.
Rosalind Banbury's third reflection on the 2023-2024 Presbyterian Women/Horizons Bible Study.
Looking at 1 Corinthians 13:4-13 and Romans 13:8-12, Ted Foote, Jr. reflects on the relationship between the law and love.
In this lesson, children will consider the impact of hunger and homelessness on their communities and will explore opportunities to respond.
In this lesson, children will learn how All Saints Day reminds us how we are connected to the past.
Looking at Acts 15:1-21 and several pieces of related Scripture, Ted Foote, Jr. notes that God calls us to have open hearts.
When reading Galatians, it can be easy to conceptualize the law as an evil disciplinarian. Rose Schrott Taylor argues that this isn't what Paul is saying.
In today’s lesson, children will explore an exchange between Jesus and the Pharisees looking for the deeper truth behind his words.
Just as Paul turns to Abraham for an example of God's goodness in Galatians 3, British Hyrams turns to the life Melva Wilson Costen as a personal example.
"Change is hard. Change is inevitable. Change is growth," writes British Hyrams of Galatians 2.
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