What do you tell someone who is pregnant and contemplating an abortion? In this Little Lessons series, Bible teacher David Servant speaks with compassion and the truth of God’s Word to help guide those who find themselves in this situation. Learn more!
Can someone believe that a woman has the right to abort her baby and still be a true Christian? Bible teacher David Servant addresses this sensitive question in this Little Lessons series. Learn more!
Gaslighting is defined as a tactic used to gain power by making a victim question their reality. How can you identify and protect yourself from gaslighters in your life? Learn more!
How do you respond to someone who tells you that you’re being too defensive? Is it wrong to defend yourself when you believe yourself to be innocent? Learn more in this episode of Little Lessons.
Some claim that the Bible is difficult to understand. In this Little Lessons series, Bible teacher David Servant argues that the basic, most important facts of the Bible are not hard to understand at all. Learn more!
Did you know that the Bible teaches that there is more than one future judgment we should prepare for? How can you be ready to stand before the judgement seat of Christ? How will ministers be judged? Learn more in this new Little Lesson series with Bible teacher David Servant!
Are we living during the beginning of the end times? Bible teacher David Servant discusses this possibility in this episode of Little Lessons. Learn more!
In this episode of Little Lessons, Bible teacher David Servant shares the personal story of a black friend who overcame the sin of racism with love. Learn more!
A viewer of Little Lessons recently asked David Servant a question about the definition of purity, specifically regarding their habit of chewing tobacco. Learn more in this episode of Little Lessons!
PLEASE NOTE: This e-teaching is not appropriate for children, preadolescents, and many adolescents.
As I was writing the previous chapter, my heart was going out to single adults who are striving to be sexually pure, as I knew I might be stirring desires they’re struggling to suppress. (My heart was also going out to married couples whose sex lives aren’t as Edenic as God intended, but I hope to remedy that in latter chapters.)
It’s not always easy to follow Jesus in a sex-saturated society, and it is especially challenging for single Christians. The temptation to compromise sexually on some level is significant.
Consider the email below that I received from a Kenyan teenager while I was writing this chapter. You may be surprised to read how young she was when she was introduced to porn and became sexually active, but her story represents the tragic experience and regular struggles of innumerable Christian singles: