Practical, inspirational resources to help you grow
In this two minute short devotional nugget, Jill Morikone encourages us with what it means to walk in purity. For those that may be struggling, God is able to keep you from falling. Don’t fall for the lies of the enemy. Satan comes to steal, kill, and destroy, but Christ comes to give us life and life more abundant!
Would you like to know how to pray more intelligently for those around you--those of other cultures, and religions? This beautiful booklet, compiled by Scott Griswold, gives some excellent and inspiring pointers. We pray you are encouraged to spend even more time on your knees.
This inspiring workbook is a great guide for helping women (or anyone interested) to get into the Word of God. The theme of the study follows the pattern: Desire, Discover, Depend, and Do the Word. Teaching powerpoint presentations are included for those that want to pass this info on to their churches. These resources come from the Women's Ministry Department of the General Conference.
Why is it so important to memorize Scripture? And what if I’m not very good at memorizing? You will be blessed as Derek and Bodil Morris share what God has taught them about the importance of Scripture memorization as well as meaningful ways they’ve learned to memorize Bible verses. Watch and be inspired!
In this printable handout, you will find ten specific prayers to give focus as we pray for revival and spiritual awakening! From praying for our churches, our communities, and those of influence, let us plead that God would do an even greater work than He's ever done at any previous revival. It's time for His Holy Spirit to be poured out!
In this short but inspirational video, Hope Through Prophecy president and speaker, Dustin Pestlin, shares practical tips to help bring your Bible study to life. We pray you are blessed by this encouraging resource as you learn how to go deeper in God's Word.
In Psalm 26:2, David cries, “Examine me, O LORD, and prove me; Try my mind and my heart.” In Psalm 139:23-24 he pleads, “Search me, O God, and know my heart: try me, and know my thoughts: And see if there be any wicked way in me, and lead me in the way everlasting.” (KJV) The following document, "Questions of the Heart" leads us to consider our lives in comparison with Scripture. As we look at Scripture, let us also keep looking to Jesus who alone can make our lives acceptable to the Father (Eph. 2:8-9).
If you'd like to learn how to get more out of your daily Bible study, we believe you will find the following tips helpful! This will not only help you think about what you read in a deeper way, but will also give you pointers for journaling! For downloadable document or bookmarks, click the links at the end of the resource.
This beautiful collection of Bible verses covers some of the biblical names and characteristics of Jesus. It is awe-inspiring and faith building, and as you read and contemplate the matchless charms of Jesus seen throughout the Scriptures, you will find yourself wanting to know Him even more.
Looking for a powerful, Biblical-based guide to witnessing? Wanting to learn how to more effectively share with your friends and loved ones or strangers you meet on the street? This inspirational resource is packed full of practical witnessing tips, as well as pointers for what we should witness about and where and when. A great resource to help you start sharing your faith!
In this "Heart to Heart" Melody shares real life struggles from her daily life along with short spiritual lessons and words of encouragement."By watchfulness and prayer, [we] may so guard [our] weakest points that they will become [our] strongest points. Through the grace of Christ [we] may acquire moral stamina, strength of will, and stability of purpose...to rise above the alluring, infatuating temptations of Satan, and to become loyal, devoted Christians." (By EGW, Gospel Workers, p. 126)
100 Days of Prayer
In this beautiful video for day 22 of 100 Days of Prayer, a young adult from the Shortwood SDA church in Jamaica gives some personal reflections on what it means to Come, and rest as we prepare for Sabbath. We pray you are blessed by this inspirational message of sharing, which follows the 100 Days of Prayer program.
Review & Herald, March 22, 1887 par. 1