Self, Meet Your Anger

Anger is more than losing your temper.

It surfaces and is dealt with in many ways—most often, inappropriately! The Bible reveals the purpose for anger and the choices we have regarding its management—both for ourselves and toward others.

I recommend The Anger Workbookby Les Carter, an essential resource used in this series.

Part 1 – “Good and Angry” – Ephesians 4:25-32

Wayne Stiles Podcast

Making Best Use of Our Time and Money [Podcast]

Matthew 6:24; Ephesians 5:15-17

A lot of our worries are solved by admitting that we are more than recipients of God’s gifts; we are stewards of them. Regarding our time and our money, God owns the rights and we have the responsibilities to use them for Him.

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What, the Devil? [Podcast]

Genesis 3:1-6; Isaiah 14:12-14; Ezekiel 28:12-17; Ephesians 6:14-18; Revelation 20:10

Where did the devil come from? Is he real? How could God create him evil—or did He?

Understanding Satan’s strategy against you equips you to be victorious in the battle, for you are in it.

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Works for Me [Podcast]

Ephesians 6:5-9; 1 Thessalonians 3:6-15

Is your job secular or spiritual?

Whether you’re a preacher or a plumber, a biblical view of work understands it as an essential element of life support and a platform for influence.

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Back to the Garden of Eden [Podcast]

Ephesians 5:22-33

Marriage . . . the world’s most vulnerable relationship has become the church’s most embarrassing statistic: more believers divorce today than do unbelievers.

The marriage vows and marital roles have become a matter of convenience than conviction, but with a return to the Garden of Eden, the Apostle Paul reaffirms God’s plan . . . and offers hope amidst life’s most challenging relationship.