Life Issues

  • Anger Management – Biblically Speaking (Student) (Teacher) – How do I gain control of my temper?  It is ruining my life!
  • Dealing with Depression (Student) (Teacher) – How do I deal with the sorrow that has set upon my soul?  Is there hope?
  • Entering the House of Mourning – (Lesson) – Blessed are they that mourn for they shall be comforted.  What a great promise.  What does the Bible teach about mourning and under what circumstances should we mourn?
  • Fasting (Student) (Teacher) – This is unfortunately an obsolete word among Christians.  What does the Bible teach us about fasting?  When should we do it?  How should we do it?
  • Fear: A Biblical Understanding & Response– (Lesson) – Fear can take many forms in our heart and manifest itself in many ways.  Is fear always wrong?  Why do I fear?  What happens if I don’t try to control fear?  How do I control fear in a godly way?  The notes provided in this lesson provide a biblical response to these questions.
  • Four Laws of Communication (Student) (Teacher) – Do you want to know how to communicate in a loving and godly way?  Try out these 4 laws taught from the book of Ephesians.
  • Heart Care (Student) (Teacher) – Everything in your life flows from your heart.  We are to guard our hearts diligently and set them upon the Lord.  This is a very important study with practical advice on how our hearts can be changed by His grace to become pleasing to Him.
  • Sexual Abstinence (Student) (Teacher) – An important lesson for single Christians.  Here you will find some Biblical answers to the question, “How far is too far?”
  • The Relationship between Holiness and Ministry (Lesson) – How important is personal righteousness to the effectiveness of ministry?  Which is more important: ability or character?
  • The Secret to Long Life, Riches, and Honor (Student) (Teacher) – How do I gain wisdom?
  • To Judge or Not to Judge (Student) (Teacher) – This issue confuses many Christians.  The Scriptures say, “Judge not” (Matt 7:1), but yet “He that is spiritual judgeth all things” (1 Cor. 2:15).

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