There is no other religion on the face of the earth whose god/gods care enough for their worshipers to provide anything for them. Only our God PROVIDES for his followers. But why does God even care enough to do that?
This prayer of Abraham seems to be the 1st recorded prayer in Scripture. Why did God preserve it for us, and what can we learn by how Abraham prayed?
Why did Sarah laugh? And what does her laughter tell us about our relationship with God?
Circumcision was the “trademark” of the Old Covenant. But what difference could that make to us? We’re no longer commanded to be circumcised as they were back then.
Melchizedek gets 3 verses in Genesis, but 3 chapters in Hebrews. It’s like he disappeared from history until God decided it was time to explain his importance to our faith.
God made a special set of promises to Abraham. But do those promises apply to us?
Did Sodom and Gomorrah exist? Were they destroyed as Scripture says they were (short answer: yes, and yes). And what lessons can we learn from this story from Genesis?
The Jews celebrate their New Year with the blowing of the Shofar (ram's horn). What was the significance of this and what can it mean to us today?
Everyone wants to be righteous, but what does that even mean? How do we gain that status? Check out this debate as presented by our Family Minister Scott Jewell.