“Christianity is not a solitary act, for if it were Jesus would have come, lived, and died without calling, living with, and commissioning the disciples.”
~ Cheri Cowell
We live in community and in relationship to one another, and Living Parables Ministries wants to encourage that community-building. So, whether you are on Facebook, Twitter, read blogs, or want to receive the ministry’s daily devotionals or quarterly newsletters, there is a way for you to connect.
Speaker and Sidewalk Theologian
As a speaker Cheri brings wit, wisdom, and sound biblical teaching to the sidewalk issues of life. From a refreshing vulnerability about her own struggles with the deep questions of faith, and based solidly in her degree from Asbury Theological Seminary, Cheri brings light and understanding to those issues often avoided as “too difficult.” Questions such as:
If you are looking for a speaker for your next event that will inspire and offer sound biblical teaching, Cheri is your choice. Click here to learn about her topics.
365 Devotions For Peace
This affordable daily devotional walks readers through the peace that comes from knowing God in a simple and accessible format. Each entry focuses on ways God offers peace and how to let go of stress and let God guide you.
One Story, One Mission, One God Bible study
This 12-week study comes in two six-week workbooks (one Old Testament and on New) with 5 days of homework, a group lesson, and a ten minute video.
Living the Story: Reaching Those Outside the Church Walls
Do you have someone you long to reach with the gospel but the current ways don’t seem to work? Do you worry the church is not reaching the current generation. In Living the Story you will meet six fictional people who use a new language to reach eight people who are like your friends and family. Learn how you can use this new language of story to tell the story in a new/old way.
Parables and Word Pictures Bible study workbook for small groups
This comprehensive look at 118 New Testament parables will help you develop an ear for the message they convey—that the Kingdom of God is both here and near. And one glorious day the Ultimate Parable, Jesus the Christ, will return and takes His throne. Until that time, we are the keepers of the Kingdom, and as subjects of this nation we must live in such a way as to please the King. The parables tell us how to live as Kingdom people.