Closeup of an old Holy Bible opened to the famous verse of John 3:16 and highlighted by a beam of light. Book rests on a rustic wooden table with deliberate focus on the verse with shallow depth of field on background. This translation is King James, which is public domain.

Evaluation Questions for April 9, 2017

By David Faust These questions coordinate with Engage Your Faith and This Week with the Word. Sunday School Lesson Text: John 3:1-16 1. What does the blood of Christ mean to you? How have you been personally impacted by Jesus’ sacrifice on the cross? 2. Put your own name in John 3:16. What does it […]


Happy Are the Humble–John 3 and 4

By David Faust   Years ago my high school guidance counselor urged me to speak up for myself. He said, “If you don’t toot your own horn, your horn will never be tooted.” However, someone far wiser advised, “Let someone else praise you, and not your own mouth; an outsider, and not your own lips” […]