Proverbs 27:17 speaks of iron sharpening iron. How do we do that as the church?
In Proverbs, the sage Agur explains why nothing truly wise is of him, but all wisdom comes from God.
In Proverbs 6 we set fire as a metaphor for sexuality, and how it can be a blessing, but also how you can get scorched.
In Proverbs 8, we see wisdom presented as a lady. She is to be pursued and embraced in the Christian life.
Continuing in our Proverbs summer series, we look at the difference between young and old, and how as adults, we must put away our childish ways.
Proverbs 10:19-20 gives us great teaching on the taming of our tongues.
Continuing in our Proverbs series, we look at Proverbs 3:1-12 and Solomon’s instruction to his son. We also celebrate one of our high school graduates as she embarks on a new phase in her life.
It’s Mother’s Day. So we take a look at the picture of a Godly woman, one who fears the Lord, from Proverbs 31.
Continuing in our summer series in the book of Proverbs, we look at one of the main themes of Proverbs, the Doctrine of the Two Ways.
Pastor David Hooie introduces us to our new teaching series for the summer, the book of Proverbs.