July 31 – Money

July 31 – Money

What questions come to your mind when we talk about money? For instance, how do I deal with the rising cost of inflation? How much do I need to retire? How will I get out of debt? While those questions are importaant, Proverbs invites us to think more deeply about our finances. It asserts that money…

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July 24 – Work

July 24 – Work

As Proverbs invites us to develop wisdom for living productively, the book gives us insight into how we are to engage our work. On the one hand, it encourages us to be diligent, trustworthy and generous towards others. By contrast, it challenges us to avoid the lifestyle of a sluggard—a person who e…

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July 17 – Family

July 17 – Family

If you are a parent, how would you describe your parenting style? One approach is to parent towards a child’s happiness—as long as they are happy, life is good. Another is to parent toward habits—helping our kids develop skills for life and work. While these approaches have their place, Proverbs enc…

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July 10 – Marriage

July 10 – Marriage

As Proverbs guides us in developing skills for life, it addresses themes associated with marriage and family. While it speaks with clarity about the great potential for marriage, it also notes the dangers that lurk along the way. So, if you are married, what skills should you be developing and what…

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July 3 – Friendship

July 3 – Friendship

What if the effectiveness of my life is related to the quality of my relationships? According to Proverbs, if we are to live well, we won’t do it in isolation—we need good friends. In this message, we will not only see the value of friendship, we will also observe what it takes to be a true friend.

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