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    Discover The Dangers Of Misusing God’s Word

    The Bible is a powerful tool but it can be dangerous in the wrong hands. Today on Discover the Word, the team turns to Second Timothy 3:16, and discusses the dangers of misusing God’s Word. What did Paul mean when he said “all Scripture is useful”?  Tune in today for Discover the Word!

    Ongoing Repentance

    Over the years I’ve often heard of the “Twelve Steps” of Alcoholics Anonymous (AA). One day I decided to look them up and couldn’t help but see that the steps echo principles of biblical repentance such as turning from sin and ourselves to God in both heart and mind. For example, step 1 states, “We admitted we were powerless over alcohol—that our lives had become unmanageable” (see Romans 7:18, Romans 8:13). Step 2 is, “[We] came to believe that a Power greater than ourselves could restore us to sanity” (see John 10:10; 2 Corinthians 12:9).

    Why I Was Ashamed to Tell People I’m Serving God

    When I was completing my final year of university, my campus pastor sat me down and asked me to consider doing a one-year internship with my campus’ Christian fellowship. I jumped at the chance to spend a year getting paid to serve God.

    What Makes The Bible Stand Apart From Other Books?

    The Bible is unlike any other book ever written. But what exactly makes it stand apart? Today on Discover the Word, the team will discuss what the apostle Paul meant when he said that “All Scripture is God-breathed.” Join us for a fascinating conversation about Second Timothy 3:16 and “All Scripture” today on Discover the […]

    What If My Closest Friends Are Not Christians?

    At the moment, I find forming friendships in church quite challenging. Moving to a new city, as well as health issues, is probably part of the reason. I also have trouble connecting deeply with people at church, even though I join small groups, volunteer for service, and participate in church events.

    “All Scripture Is God-Breathed And Useful . . .”

    Second Timothy 3:16 says, “All Scripture is God-breathed and is useful for teaching, rebuking, correcting, and training in righteousness.” What did that verse mean to Paul when he wrote it and what does it mean for us today? Today on Discover the Word, we explore this familiar but often misunderstood verse. Join us today for […]

    4 Lessons From the Life of a Small Church Pastor

    The church I became a Christian in is probably one of the smallest churches in Singapore. I started attending it because the pastor’s wife—who happens to be my husband’s aunt—reached out to me during a period of trials. Through her, I found comfort in God’s Word and a Christian community who really encouraged me.

    Honoring The Sabbath And Restoring The Soul

    Most days, we pack our schedules so tight there’s barely enough time to eat. Yet, God urges us to set aside intentional time for rest and relaxation. Today on Discover the Word, the team, and special guest Jeff Manion explore how honoring the principle of Sabbath can help us live a faithful life. Join us […]

    Where Do We Start, With So Much Need In The World?

    With so much need in the world, it’s easy to get overwhelmed. Where do you start, and where do you stop? Today on Discover the Word, the team, and special guest Jeff Manion argue that we can still please God and serve Him faithfully, even if we don’t accomplish everything. Make plans to join us today […]

    3 Truths to Cling to When You’re Hit With Challenges

    Whenever we’re hit with challenges in life, we often expect our situation to improve and get better. I know that I often carry this hope into my prayers to God. I expect Him to intervene and provide breakthroughs during the vulnerable moments of my life.

    Stan Lee: The Man Behind The Marvel-ous Superheroes

    There is something about superheroes that speaks to us, inspires us, and motivates us. Many of these superheroes whom we have come to love can be attributed to one man: Stan Lee.

    How Can I Serve With The Right Heart?

    At one point in time, I was serving in seven ministries and had five church meetings over a single weekend. I’m not trying to tell you how holy I was. In fact, I’m telling you how foolish I was.

    Finding Hope After A Bad Break-Up

    I first started dating him in March, 2010. We met during some classes we shared in college. He grew up in a Christian family, so I thought that since we shared the same faith, we would surely be able to navigate the storms of life together.

    4 Reasons To Consider Serving in Church

    “Hi, how are you?”

    “Nice to see you today.”

    We smile and wave and shake a few hands on our way to our seats for the Sunday morning service. Some of us might even have a cup of coffee with us.

    Am I Too Young To Lead In Church?

    At what age is a person old enough to become a leader in the church? We love having younger people serve, but when can they transition from serving into leading?

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