Adults

Serve adults at your church with ideas and tips from these articles. Find insights into the unique qualities of adults and their faith.

  • Promised Rest in the Names of God

    Promised Rest in the Names of God

    Rest can be promised to one another, yet those promises are not always kept.  My children promise me rest when they assure me they will get their chores done. The time they spend doing...

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  • Asking Christian Questions Is Okay (and Encouraged)

    Asking Christian Questions Is Okay (and Encouraged)

    When I first became a follower of Christ, I was not very biblically literate. I had a very basic understanding of the Bible as a whole. I knew the bullet points of how we historically got...

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  • As a Christian, Can I Have It All?

    As a Christian, Can I Have It All?

    If I could “have it all” as a missionary, here’s what my life would look like . . .

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  • Never Too Late for Forgiveness

    Never Too Late for Forgiveness

    The epic saga of Joseph and his brothers spans thirteen chapters of the Book of Genesis, and most Christians are familiar with it. Joseph’s brothers sell him into slavery, where he...

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  • Building Spiritual Disciplines after Lent

    Building Spiritual Disciplines after Lent

    Many people adopt spiritual disciplines during the season of Lent instead of, or in addition to, giving up something. Whether you are reading an extra devotion or incorporating prayer...

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  • God’s House: A Community That Cares

    God’s House: A Community That Cares

    The Church has been blessed, but those blessings must spread outside its walls. The Church has a ministry in its neighborhood. We reach out as believers, eager to share our lives with...

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  • A Transformative Change of Heart

    A Transformative Change of Heart

    Born sinners, we know we need to be redeemed, cleansed, and born again. But how? The Greek word metanoia sheds some light on the subject.

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  • Understanding Our Need for One Another

    Understanding Our Need for One Another

    We were not created to live alone. This truth should have been one I knew well before the pandemic, but “post” pandemic, I know this need for one another acutely. Going without...

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  • The Hero’s Journey Is a Gospel Tool

    The Hero’s Journey Is a Gospel Tool

    A lot of us start our day by playing Wordle, but do you know what WORD-will change your life? It is fun to awkwardly joke about how to connect our culture to the story of Jesus. But in...

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  • The Living Water of Forgiveness

    The Living Water of Forgiveness

    I’ve been thinking about tone of voice in the Bible. Anyone who texts, emails, or engages on social media is familiar with the challenge of conveying tone through words alone. We often...

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  • Growing Your God-Given Relationships

    Growing Your God-Given Relationships

    Did you make any New Year’s resolutions this year? Did any of them concern relationships in your life?

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  • The Role of Suffering in Creating Christian Character | Session 5 of Embracing Godly Character10:55

    The Role of Suffering in Creating Christian Character | Session 5 of Embracing Godly Character

    In this session, Kenneth Kremer talks about the biblical foundations for what builds character, using examples from Romans 5 and Genesis 32. Learn more in the book: https://www.cph.org/p-31992-embraci

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  • Get Back on Track with Your Bible Reading Goals

    Get Back on Track with Your Bible Reading Goals

    One popular and worthwhile goal is to read the Bible in a new year. This often gets derailed around February as Bible readers find themselves slogging through Leviticus and Numbers. As...

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  • Discover Humanity's True Hero28:45

    Discover Humanity's True Hero

    We love watching superheroes defeat villains in our media, but there is only one true hero for our world. Jesus Christ. Eric Eichinger joins us live to discuss what it means to be a part of Jesus’ red

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  • You. Are. Forgiven.

    You. Are. Forgiven.

    “When I urge you to go to confession, I am doing nothing else than urging you to be a Christian.” (Luther’s Small Catechism with Explanation) As a child, I had a misguided...

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  • Christianity's Response to a Changing Culture | Session 4 of Embracing Godly Character12:36

    Christianity's Response to a Changing Culture | Session 4 of Embracing Godly Character

    In this lesson about Embracing Godly Character, Kenneth Kremer talks about how recent cultural changes have affected Christians. Buy the book: https://www.cph.org/p-31992-embracing-godly-character-th

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  • From 9 to 5: Serving God at Work

    From 9 to 5: Serving God at Work

    What might be a milestone when it comes to your work? It could mean celebrating years of service or the completion of a major project. Perhaps it’s a promotion or, even better,...

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  • How Faith and Films Intersect41:42

    How Faith and Films Intersect

    Movies are a perfect way for Christians to see where the world needs to hear about Christ. Dr. Jeffrey Skopak joins us live on Tuesday, January 18 at 10 AM Central to discuss how movies can help spar

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  • An Apology for Faith (Episode 5: Creation vs. Evolution)27:52

    An Apology for Faith (Episode 5: Creation vs. Evolution)

    Defend the Faith with "The Reason I Believe: The Basics of Christian Apologetics: https://www.cph.org/p-31028-The-Reason-I-Believe-The-Basics-of-Christian-Apologetics.aspx In this episode of An Apolo

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    How Faith and Films Intersect

    Movies are a perfect way for Christians to see where the world needs to hear about Christ. Dr. Jeffrey Skopak joins us live on Tuesday, January 18 at 10 AM Central to discuss how movies can help spar

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