Praying and Waiting for God's Timing
- Praying and Waiting for God's Timing – 1 Kings 18:41-46
- Overcoming Emotional Strongholds – Psalm 42:1-11
- Freedom From Anxiety – Matthew 6:25-34
- Cultivating a Spirit-Filled Mind – Romans 8:1-13
- The Concept of Faith – Hebrews 11:1-3
- Walking in the Spirit – Galatians 5:16-25
- How to Understand a Thorn – 2 Corinthians 12:7-10
- The Pilgrimage of Faith – Hebrews 11:8-10
- Meeting God Face-to-Face – Exodus 33:7-11
- Be Happy, Don't Worry – Phillipians 4:4-9
- Loving God First – Revelation 2:1-7
- Forgive One Another – Colossians 3:12-14
(1 Kings 18:41-46) - Prayer can be a pleasure as we enjoy the closeness it gives us with God; but how effective are our prayers? Dr. Evans teaches us how to take our prayers to the next level and how to wait on God’s perfect timing.
Overcoming Emotional Strongholds
(Psalm 42:1-11) - God gave us emotions for a reason and they're a big part of what makes us human. The Bible tells us to run away from temptation—but when it's coming from our emotions, there's no easy way to escape. Learn how to find a healthy balance between your feelings and your faith.
Freedom From Anxiety
(Matthew 6:25-34) - Worry means more than having doubts about the future…it's a sign of doubts about God. Dr. Evans teaches us how to find freedom from anxiety and learn to live in confidence and peace by putting our needs in God's hands and really leaving them there.
Cultivating a Spirit-filled Mind
(Romans 8:1-13) - The moment you cross a state line, many of the laws that governed you don't apply anymore and a number of new ones take their place. There are new rules that come into play when you cross the line between life in the flesh and life in the Spirit. Learn what it means to cultivate a spirit-filled mind.
The Concept of Faith
(Hebrews 11:1-3) - A lot of people consider faith to be intangible, something you're more likely to be able to feel than touch. Dr. Evans talks about why it's very possible and very biblical to build “concrete” confidence in God. It's an eye-opening look at what faith really means.
Walking in the Spirit
(Galatians 5:16-25) - Dr. Evans says that the issue isn't whether or not someone is going to control your life; the question is who's going to get the job. Learn why getting closer to the Spirit moves us farther from the chaos we've been living in.
How to Understand A Thorn
(2 Corinthians 12:7-10) - Even if your life is “coming up roses,” you'll get your share of thorns to go along with them. But learn that you get them for a reason, and specific ways to deal with the discomfort they cause while they're doing their God-appointed work.
The Pilgrimage of Faith
(Hebrews 11:8-10) - One of the toughest things to do in the Christian life is nothing—to wait patiently on God and trust Him while we do. Learn why we follow God beyond the unlikely to the impossible.
Meeting God Face-to-Face
(Exodus 33:7-11) - From biblical times until today, people have longed for an “up close and personal” relationship with God. Have you ever wondered when you pray if there's really anybody on the other end listening? Learn how to develop an “up close and personal” relationship with the Lord.
Be Happy, Don't Worry
(Phillipians 4:4-9) - We can't control the future or even see the future, but that doesn't stop us from worrying about it. Dr. Evans will tell us how we can put a stop to that pointless and sinful habit. It's a lesson about trading in worry for happiness!
Loving God First
(Revelation 2:1-7) - Jesus boiled down God's law into two simple commandments: loving God with everything we've got, and loving others as ourselves. God offered each one of us forgiveness long before we asked for it, even though we didn't deserve it. Dr. Evans reminds us why Christianity is about a relationship, not an activity.
Forgive One Another
(Colossians 3:12-14) - God offered each one of us forgiveness long before we asked for it, even though we didn't deserve it. Dr. Evans says that when the loss gets deeper, the stakes get higher and it can be a different story. Learn why forgiving others releases us from one source of pain and prevents a brand-new one.