Poverty (Proverbs)

275 years ago, Jonathan Edwards, one of the most brilliant theologians in American history, preached a sermon called "The Duty of Charity to the Poor, Explained and Enforced." The theme of the sermon

God’s Plans and Our Plans (Proverbs)

One of the most important issues in any of our lives is that of making choices. We make them every day – big ones like who to marry, what career to choose, what city

Work (Proverbs)

When I was in high school, I looked at all the career opportunities that I could pursue. I thought about going into business, becoming a journalist, and also about teaching. But in the

Words (Proverbs)

Words Matter Let me see if you can finish a sentence that I begin. "Sticks and stones may break my bones, but…" You're right, you got it. "Sticks and stones may break my

Envy (Proverbs)

I'd like to ask you to think for a minute about what you desire the most in your life. It could be anything, really: a better house, success in your career, an accomplishment,