Sunday School Lessons

Uprooted or Strong?

Would you rather be the bull charging through the fence, or a weed that is getting uprooted?

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Actually Profound

In a world where deep thoughts swim amongst drivel, and facts are mixed with fiction, let's not miss what is truly profound

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Proper Scoping of Praise

Let's try applying some business "scoping" to our praise to God, in order to learn more about it

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Both Excited and Sorrowful

When we love something or someone, we are eager to spend time together, and sad when the relationship is broken

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How to Hide God’s Word In Your Heart

There's more to learning God's Word than simple memorization, although that's not a bad start

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Answering the Important Questions

Could the answers to the most important questions in life be found in a single volume?

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What Has Really Changed?

Sometimes, what we change after saying we're sorry is the most important step

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What Do You Fear When You Hurt Someone?

No matter how good our actions may look on the outside, they mean less when our heart isn't right to start with

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Not Quite Done With My Apology

Even if we've admitted where we've hurt or offended someone else, our job isn't done

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A Biblical Example of Apology

Need to make an effective apology to someone you've hurt? The Bible has help for that!

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Action & Reaction

Although God is gracious to offer us salvation, a choice to not accept that (and not follow Him) produces the results that we might expect

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Cultivated Fruit Tree or Discarded Chaff?

What do we expect to be invested in more: those who are doing good, or those who are just wasting resources?

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The Opposite of Bad Company

Instead of associating with good company, a psalmist suggests a different alternative to bad company

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Does My Choice of Friends Really Matter?

In a world where "likes" and "friends" abound, does it still matter who we let into our close relationships?