Questions are a part of all of our lives. The most significant of these are questions about our purpose in life, the problems we see in the world, and the things we don’t understand about God. Knowing our needs, God has provided answers to these questions in His Word, the Bible.
Every person has two great longings. The first is to be loved and the second is to love. But when pressures and heartaches come into our lives, many give up any hope of ever finding love.
But there is good news!
All of us are at different places in our lives. But no matter where we are, the Bible offers truth and guidance to help us know Jesus better, grow closer to Him, live victoriously through Him, and experience the joy of sharing Him with others. Trusted resources from trusted leaders are often helpful to us as we go through life. Pastor Adrian Rogers is a trusted voice, and these are some of Love Worth Finding's most recommended and bible-based resources for finding, growing, and sharing your faith no matter where you are on your own journey.
God doesn’t just want you to grow in your faith — He wants you to share it with others! God gives us His Word and the Holy Spirit to equip us to share our faith with the world.
Wednesday, May 25, 2022 Proverbs 14:14
Sunday, May 22, 2022 1 Thessalonians 5:1-11
Tuesday, May 24, 2022 Proverbs 14:14
Jesus commanded us in Matthew 28:19 to “Go therefore and make disciples.” Pastor Adrian Rogers, a trusted voice for multiple generations, preached and taught straight from the ultimate discipleship manual, God's Word. These resources are designed for small groups, individuals, pastors, families, and mentors providing one-on-one discipleship. We hope Pastor Rogers’ simply stated profound truth and his firm adherence to Scripture will bless you and all those you serve.
Love Worth Finding's purpose is to bring people to Christ and mature them in the faith. This happens primarily through efforts in publishing and broadcasting biblical truth.
Profound Truth. Simply Stated.
"Si así me vas a tratar, voy a agradecerte que me mates. Y si acaso merezco tu favor, ¡no me dejes ver mi propia desgracia!".