We all experience hardship and loss of some kind, but through it all God is faithful to fulfill His promises.Read More
Below are some Scriptures, plus links to other resources, that provide perspective and encouragement at times of loss. These verses are good texts for reading at funerals or at other times in the face of loss of various kinds.
Watch a video of Ken teaching on the subject of hope amidst loss.
If a man dies, will he live again?Read More
Dr. Boa teaches that the “good life” (by the world’s definitions) will never be enough for us, because we were made for something much better. We can break out of the cages of the world’s way of thinking, living on the level of intimacy with God while also being present with people.Read More
These 41 Scripture passages address physical and/or spiritual healing, either directly or indirectly, and God as the Great Physician and Healer.Read More
Dr. Boa discusses the importance of maintaining a proper balance in the spiritual leadership of local assemblies. He addresses potential dangers to avoid and three components of leadership that apply to all of us as we lead in our particular spheres of influence.Read More
Dr. Boa speaks an encouraging word on the purifying hope we have at the revelation of Jesus Christ. Though we suffer in this present world, we do well to entrust ourselves to our Faithful Creator. His promises will never fail.Read More
Peter encourages his readers, in light of the brevity of life, to be stewards of the grace of God. To live each day with a doxological purpose. In speaking and in service, make it such for the glory of God.Read More
Peter invites his readers to see that our outlook will determine the things we pursue and treasure and value. And so we want to pursue the will of God and His promises. We want to live a life that demands an explanation as an agent of light, grace and love; giving rather than expecting in return and entrusting ourselves to Him for the outcome.Read More
Dr. Boa encourages us as Peter encouraged his readers to arm ourselves for adversity by keeping an eternal perspective in this temporal world. We want to treasure the not yet over the now even when this world presses in upon us. Biblical faith invites us to contextualize this brief earthly sojourn with the eternity of heaven.Read More