Living My Faith
I believe in Jesus as my Savior! So, now what? Learn more about how you’re completely changed through the work of Jesus and what that means for your everyday life.
I don’t have to tell you to tell someone about Jesus
It scared children. It panicked parents. Other than the atomic bomb, it was the number-one fear of the time. Every summer, this stealer of…
Competitive Christian: Stop Comparing Your Social Media
We all want to be noticed—known and applauded with likes, hearts, and thumbs-up on social media. But these outward appearances aren’t what matter.
Competitive Christian: Stop the Intellectual Comparisons
Whether God made you above-average smart or your grades weren’t that great or you fall somewhere in between, you have this significant thing in common.
Competitive Christian: Stop the Body Comparisons
How do we stop making constant comparisons with other people’s bodies? Pastor Mike reminds us of these important biblical truths.
Evidence of the Spirit: Kindness
It’s not so hard to be nice to the nice. It’s not so hard to dish back at people who give you guff. It’s…
Put a rock on it
I once read about a man who put a rock in his mouth to stop himself from speaking without thinking. Maybe he was on…
Is It OK to Be a Competitive Christian?
Is it against the will of God to be competitive? Well, Pastor Mike says, it depends on what you do with it.
“The living, the living—they praise you, as I am doing today” (Isaiah 38:19). Today you will take about 23,040 breaths, and you don’t even…
Faith and obedience are good for business
There is a sad cynicism in our land that the entire world of work is rigged, that only privileged insiders profit, that hard work…
Driven by a Better Love
Watch the entire devotional series from this past week as Pastor Jeremy takes us through the famous love chapter in 1 Corinthians 13 to help us understand love.
Musician Cory Asbury struggled to understand what God was like. But things changed when Cory had a son. Whenever he held his baby, he…
The back window of our van often sports a scrawled, “Wash Me!” My neighbor’s car, however, always shines. Even before sunrise, he kneels by…