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Who is God?

How can we know what God is like? He tells us in the Bible and shows us every day through the people and blessings around us. Even in our struggles, God reveals his love for us because he’s overflowing with grace and forgiveness, and he sent his Son, Jesus, for us!

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Who is God?

Jesus’ Miracles Are Meant for Me: Feeding the 5,000

Jesus fed 5,000 people with just a few fish and loaves of bread. But do you realize that he’s still providing for you today?

Who is God?

Jesus’ Miracles Are Meant for Me: Water Into Wine

Why does it matter to you that Jesus turned water into wine?

Bible 101

Jesus’ Shocking Sound Bites Compilation

Watch the entire devotional series from this week, as Pastor Jon shares with us the shocking things Jesus said–and how Jesus’ words continue to encourage us.

Living My Faith

“Hate Your Family”

Why would Jesus tell us to hate our families in order to follow him?

Living My Faith

“Be Humble or Be Humbled”

We don’t need Facebook likes and statuses. Strive for a life of humility instead.

Bible 101

“The Door to Heaven Is Narrow”

The door to heaven is narrow. But it is also wide open for us. How?

Bible 101

“I Came to Bring Division”

Did Jesus really come to divide us?

Depression & Anxiety

Overcoming Vulnerability

Watch the entire devotional series from this week, as Pastor Jeremy helps us overcome our vulnerabilities, reminding us that no matter what we feel, Jesus is always with us.

Life’s Challenges

Vulnerable to Death

You don’t need to fear death.

Depression & Anxiety

Vulnerable to Rejection

What’s a scapegoat? It’s why you no longer need to fear rejection from God.

Depression & Anxiety

Vulnerable to Feeling Helpless

You may feel helpless sometimes, but you’re not helpless anymore.

Living My Faith

What if I Don’t Agree With Jesus?

Authority. Jesus’ enemies adored it. They refused to submit to Jesus’ teaching, even when caught in their own duplicity. They missed finding true life because they refused to die to having the last word. Modern Americans face the same dilemma. Will Jesus be the Lord who gets the last word? Or will we cling to our plastic gavels and tell Jesus what to do?