Resources by Topic: Salvation & My New Identity

The Gospel Is a Love Story

The Gospel Is a Love Story

Men can’t offer an accurate picture of God on their own. Women can’t either. Discover why it takes both male and female to provide a full picture of God. View More →

Unpacking Saving Grace

Unpacking Saving Grace

Many of us ask God why to so many things. How can we rest knowing that there are some secret things of God that we’ll never understand. View More →

Go in Peace

Go in Peace

“I just can’t forgive myself.” Have you ever heard someone say that? It means they feel ashamed of their sins. The Bible does have a true solution to shame. View More →

Forgiveness

Forgiveness

Just look around and see people everywhere desperate for love. That theme is in our movies, songs, and advertisements. You can know 100% that you are loved. View More →

The Parable

The Parable

A woman not allowed in polite society wept at Jesus feet, washing his feet with her tears. Are we like that? Or more like the Pharisee who condemned her? View More →

The Woman

The Woman

The gospel tells us of a woman who wept at the feet of Jesus. Her example inspires Nancy to ask, when is the last time she’s wept to the Lord? View More →

Save Me from Sinking

Save Me from Sinking

As a child, Laura Booz once found herself sinking under water. In the process she learned quite a bit about the need we all have to be rescued. View More →

Obedience Will Lead to Joy

Obedience Will Lead to Joy

A very mysterious Bible story tells us about a woman who hesitated to obey the Lord and turned into a pillar of salt. Nancy will help us evaluate our hearts. View More →

No Leftovers for God

No Leftovers for God

According to author and teacher Erin Davis, there’s an important principle we need to remember about what we give to the Lord. God doesn’t want our leftovers. View More →

The Feast of Booths

The Feast of Booths

Have you ever been tent camping? Often it’s something kids love and parents endure! Erin Davis tells about a special feast where the Israelites were to camp. View More →

The Day of Atonement

The Day of Atonement

We don’t often use the word “atonement” in everyday conversation. But Erin Davis says it’s an important word in the Bible, and key to the Christian life. View More →

The Feast of Trumpets

The Feast of Trumpets

What comes to mind when I say, “The Feast of Trumpets.” If you’re not coming up with much more than an instrument, you're not alone! View More →

The Feast of Weeks

The Feast of Weeks

Even though the Bible was written by multiple authors in 3 languages over the course of 1500 years, it’s a unified story with one hero: Jesus! View More →

The Feast of Firstfruits

The Feast of Firstfruits

According to author and teacher Erin Davis, there’s an important principle we need to remember about what we give to the Lord. God doesn’t want our leftovers. View More →

Passover

Passover

It takes intentionality to nurture a sense of amazement and gratitude for what God has done for us. Thankfully, the Lord gives us prompts in His Word. View More →

Rules for Wandering

Rules for Wandering

Some Bible passages are harder to understand than others. Erin Davis says she treats the difficult parts of Scripture like a jigsaw puzzle. View More →

Restoration

Restoration

Imagine losing everything! That’s what one biblical character experienced when she lost her husband, sons, home, and country. View More →

Under New Ownership

Under New Ownership

If a store or restaurant is run down, there’s hope when a sign appears saying, "Under New Ownership." The same is true in your life. View More →

A Request

A Request

Can a wife have a submissive spirit even if her husband won’t provide leadership? View More →