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.
Dear Future Me
What guilt still plagues you? This week, Pastor Jon helps us journey through our struggles so we can remain thankful—even a year from now!
As we were leaving a picnic, my daughter spoke up, “I want to go with Grandma.” I piped up, “Ah, but does Grandma want…
Leaders exhibit courage
Good leaders assess risks. And not just the risks to their organizations’ reputation and financial health, but the personal risks that come with being…
2 ways God (and the devil) gets you
God and the devil use the same tools. That truth is one of the more intriguing/important/terrifying facts of life. The very moments that the…
Addiction, recovery, and the church
A few months ago, my coworker Pastor Bill met with our city’s mayor. Pastor Bill asked him what the most critical issues in the…
Jesus’ Miracles Are Meant for Me: Calming the Storm
Like the disciples, do you sometimes wonder whether Jesus cares about you and what you’re going through?
4 kinds of sins (and the 1 God prefers)
If you’re going to sin against God, make sure you sin against him in the right way. Obviously, God doesn’t want you to sin…
Really, Jesus? Carry my cross?
Wouldn’t you like to think that becoming a Christian and living the Christian life will make your life better? Doesn’t Scripture promise that God…
Do You Struggle With Your Faith? Compilation
Watch the entire devotional series from this week, as Pastor Jeremy helps us remember that struggling with our faith is exactly what having faith is all about.
Do You Worry About Losing Your Faith?
Your grip on Jesus is sometimes weak. But that’s okay because his grip on you is strong.
Turn on the light
We had friends over one night, and six kids were playing in the bedroom. The slightly bigger kids were turning the bedroom into a…
Your Faith Is a Powerful Seed
How hard do you need to work to grow the seed of faith in yourself? Not very hard. Pastor Jeremy explains.