Jesus said, “In this world you will have trouble. But take heart! I have overcome the world.” We have a Savior who knows our struggles and knows our pain, and he will give us the strength to persevere and trust his will for us.
You’re Not Alone in Your Suffering
Whatever we’re suffering, whatever we’re going through, whatever the depths of our pain, there’s one thing we know about it: how God responded.
Suffering Serves You Well
There are so many distractions in this world that drive us away from God. How does God bring us back? Pastor Jeremy’s answer may surprise you.
Why Is This World Full of Trouble?
God didn’t tell us to expect an easy life in this world. But he did promise there would be trouble—and tell us how to overcome that trouble.
Why Does God Allow Suffering?
Why does God allow you to suffer? There’s one particular way he promises to use all your suffering and all your hurt.
Living with loss: A spouse
Do you have the idea that your life as a Christian is just going to get better and better? That one by one your…
The problem with coping mechanisms
Each day seems to bring a new announcement or policy concerning the pandemic that challenges our normal way of life. At the church where…
Determine Your Worth
How do you determine your worth? Especially to God?
Wiping away our tears
In the movie Inside Out, when Riley’s family moves from Minnesota to San Francisco, Riley is miserable. The whole point of the movie is…
Keep the Faith: GOD Knows
Are you afraid of the wrong things? Are you stressing out over medical diagnoses, money, and what others think about you? Jesus taught that these worries only affect 0.0000000001% of our lives. And instead, we need to focus on what really matters.
Navigating This Season of Wandering
Watch the entire devotional series from this past week as Pastor Matt reminds us that we can still find certainty during this season of uncertainty and wandering.
Where Is God as I Wander?
How do you find certainty even when you’re wandering through these uncertain times?
How to Be More Patient
Are you struggling with patience right now during this season of uncertainty? Pastor Matt helps you remember two important things to combat impatience.