In her season of pain, Naomi asked, “Where are you God? Why have you forsaken me?” And the way God answered her was completely unexpected! Don’t miss the encouraging discussion today as we continue our series on Ruth.
Many people view God’s law as a list of “dos and don’ts.” But the story of Ruth reveals a bigger perspective on God’s instructions. Join us as we discover the difference between being good and being changed!
Sometimes loving God with all your heart looks a lot like you’re “breaking the rules”! Join our special guest Carolyn Custis James as we continue our series on the life of Ruth and explore those times when it seems like the letter of the law is in conflict with the spirit of the law.
Scripture doesn’t sugarcoat suffering. The Bible is fearlessly honest when it shows us real-life responses to painful situations. Listen in today for an encouraging study as we continue following Ruth and her story.
It’s been said that the best way to understand someone is to walk a mile in their shoes. So today you are invited to strap on the sandals of Naomi. Discover how the book of Ruth is as much Naomi’s story.
We can learn a lot from the prominent men in the Bible: guys like David, Paul, and Peter. But the women of Scripture can have just as much of an impact! Today our special guest Carolyn James starts a new study with us on the radical and surprising story of Ruth.
In recent years, my daughter has become fascinated with the history of the indigenous people in northern Michigan where she lives. One summer afternoon when I was visiting, she showed me a road that had a sign designating “Trail Trees.” She explained to me that it’s believed that long ago the Native Americans bent young trees to point the way to specific destinations and that they continued to grow in an unusual shape.