Guardrails Ever wonder what it would be like to have guardrails in areas of your life—areas where culture baits you to the edge of disaster and then chastises you when you step across the line? Your friendships. Your finances. Your marriage. Maybe your greatest regret could have been avoided if you had godly established guardrails. In this video-based small group Bible study, Andy Stanley challenges us to stop flirting with disaster and establish some personal guardrails.
Christianity Lite Almost every food and beverage today also has a “lite” version-“Tastes great. Less filling.” Many of us have taken that same attitude--sometimes even without realizing it--and applied it to our faith. We want blessings, but without obedience. Comfort, but without sacrifice. Happiness, but without repentance. As a result, we have watered down, decaffeinated, and diluted the message of the gospel until it really has no effect on our lives or the lives of others. In Christianity Lite Glen Berteau calls us back to the full gospel message: Jesus didn’t come to make our normal, selfish, sinful lives a little better. He came to radically transform life as we know it. This narrow way, the way of grace-inspired obedience, is the only way to find the real Jesus, real meaning, real hope, and a life where we’ll really live!
Emotionally Healthy Relationships Pete and Geri Scazzero developed The Emotionally Healthy Relationships Course to directly address core biblical principles to guide you and others into an experience of discipleship that will deeply change your life. In the EH Relationships Course, everyone will learn 8 practical relationship skills to develop mature, loving relationships with others. And since loving others and loving God cannot be separated, each person will also grow in their personal, first-hand relationships with Jesus by incorporating stillness, silence, and Scripture as daily life rhythms.
Financial Peace University If you think about it, money touches every nook and cranny of our lives. We measure our successes and failures by it. We use it to fill our gas tanks, pay for groceries, and keep the lights on. And just when we start to feel like we have the hang of it . . . something breaks, someone gets sick, or the banks call asking for their money back. Whether you’ve got your money tied up in credit cards, student loans, that massive car payment, or even those unwanted medical bills, it all adds up—and fast. Most of us have been there. Have you? But here’s the thing: You can’t stay there. We get it. It feels like you’re stuck in a constant cycle, living paycheck to paycheck and anxiously wondering when the next shoe will drop. Guess what? Dave Ramsey has been there. But the best part is that he used his story to impact millions of other stories with the hope and help of Financial Peace University.