The enemy is constantly trying to convince us that this world is all about us. Yet, the Gospel clearly indicates that it’s not about us at all, it’s all about God.
People have different views on tithing, but when it comes down to it, the Bible is pretty clear on what’s expected.
God tells us to bring our first fruits into the storehouse and that building up wealth is meaningless (Ecclesiastes). Here’s someone who just doesn’t seem to get how to give.
In a series of four scenes, two actors try to answer the title question, what keeps you from following God? The answers may hit close to home, but the hope is to encourage believers to live more fully in God.
Do you and your friends make it easy for people to feel loved by you and by God, or do you make it feel difficult? Because when you lose a teen from your group, you’re not just losing a person – you could be losing a soul.
We walk by them everyday. They sit alone in church everySunday. We chat with them on break time at work. Everywhere, everyday people are hurting and crying out for someone to listen.
A husband and a wife, both speak directly to the audience, as to one person. They are both telling their side of the same story. This should have a fast-paced “Reader’s Theatre” (yet memorized) feel to it.
We are so easily distracted, and it seems especially when we’re trying to focus on God. What do you think about during worship? Hopefully, your time with God doesn’t look like this.
An updated and comedic version of the famous parable.