Feb, 8, 2017 · Christopher Hunt
Traditions of Lent have evolved over time. Yet, in spite of a turbulent church history, the essence of Lent remains largely unchanged from its earliest history. In recent years, Lent has seen a renewal among evangelical Christians. Where did Lent come from, and how has it changed over the centuries?
Feb, 4, 2017 · Courtney Jacob
“Who is Jesus Christ?” Whether you’re asking this question for the first time or the hundredth, there’s value in seeking the answer. Studying both the Bible and early Church history on this subject can deepen our relationship with God and help us live out our faith with confidence.
Jan, 3, 2017 · Courtney Jacob
The biblical books of Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John each offer insight on who Jesus Christ is and how his life informs our faith. Find renewed meaning in the traditional Christmas story by studying how each of these gospels open the story of Jesus Christ and contribute to the bigger picture of God's salvation plan.
Aug, 25, 2016 · Courtney Jacob
Take a quick tour of the Groundwork website to learn how to take advantage of all the features the site has to offer.
Jul, 6, 2016 · Courtney Jacob
Study 2 Corinthians and the early Church to find encouragement and be empowered to live for Jesus Christ through all aspects of your life, letting his gospel shine through your witness no matter what questions you have or cultural challenges you might face.
Jul, 1, 2016 · Christopher Hunt
The Seven Deadly Sins are actually seven deadly attitudes—pride, envy, anger, sloth, greed, gluttony, and lust—that underpin almost every sin. Studying this list can teach us wisdom both to hear the Holy Spirit and to recognize our own sin. It enables us to follow the Spirit to produce life-giving attitudes, the fruits of the Spirit: love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, and self-control.