How should we love others? Jesus answers this question by teaching on the first and second greatest commandments.Read More
How do you age well, making the most of the years after age 45 (and even before then!)? How do you make sure you’re investing time, energy, and resources to what matters most—in God’s eyes?
Ken Boa spoke on this subject in Birmingham, AL, on October 25, 2019, in a follow-up talk to his address on March 21, 2019. The men’s event was again organized by The Center for Executive Leadership.Read More
Do you see yourself as God sees you? How does seeing yourself this way affect your satisfaction and contentment in Christ?Read More
We are all running a race, but we often forget to do so with excellence. Our habits turn into ruts and times of transitions bog us down. How can we change our mindset?Read More
Who are you in Christ? Have you forgotten? It is easy to forget what Scripture says about us. Memorizing specific identity affirmations from Scripture can be a great help in your walk with Christ.Read More
Who are you? What defines you? People look to many sources for their identity: money, position, political party, career, social media, sexuality, family… the list goes on. However, what really defines you as you? Who or what has the final say?Read More
What is faith, and how does it relate to fear? Can you have faith and yet feel fearful? Dr. Ken Boa discussed these questions and much more at the September 18, 2019, installment of GraceLife Church of Pineville’s In Question series. The series is moderated by Michael Stewart, vice president of Reflections Ministries and Omnibus Media Ministries.
You can also listen to the audio only at the link below.Read More
Why does God love you? The answer has much less to do with who you are than it does with who God is.Read More
Scripture tells us that the more we know God, the more we love Him—but His love for us never changes. He already knows us and fully loves us, calling us to obedience in Him.Read More
Revelation reveals to us that the Logos, the second person of the Trinity, became one of us and shed His blood on our behalf. Reflection on the truth of God’s Word gives us a greater appreciation for beauty of God’s works, which enjoins us to the delight of God’s praise.Read More