Grace Talks are short video devotions that cover topics from prayer to marriage to questions about faith to fighting negative self-talk to suicide to so much more. The videos not only feature a variety of topics but also a variety of speakers, and each will show you that the temporary things of life don’t satisfy; Jesus does! You can also subscribe to have these videos emailed to you daily for encouragement.
The Good in Good Friday
What do Jesus’ words, “It is finished,” mean for you? Pastor Jon looks at the significance and lessons of Holy Week.
The Innocent for the Guilty
Jesus was sentenced to death by crucifixion despite his innocence. But we are not innocent. Pastor Jon looks at the significance and lessons of Holy Week.
Jesus on Trial
Are you ever worried about what your relationship with Jesus might cost you? Pastor Jon looks at the significance and lessons of Holy Week.
Betrayed and Abandoned in the Garden
Jesus was abandoned by his friends after his arrest in the Garden of Gethsemane. Have you ever abandoned him? Pastor Jon looks at the significance and lessons of Holy Week. Pastor Jon also mentions another Grace Talks series about the importance of the Lord’s Supper. You can watch that series here: http://bit.ly/3vC541x
Palm Sunday and a Donkey
The week that Jesus was crucified, he rode into Jerusalem on a donkey—a small but significant detail. Pastor Jon looks at the significance and lessons of Holy Week.
Dealing With Difficult People
Watch the entire devotional series from this week as Pastor Matt helps us deal with difficult people in our lives.
Thank God for . . . Difficult People?
It’s hard to believe, but there ARE unexpected blessings with having difficult people in your life. Pastor Matt shares what those are.
A Safeguard Against Difficult People
You still need to protect your emotional well-being when you deal with difficult people. Here’s a safeguard so your heart is in a good place.
Get Close to Difficult People?
When it comes to dealing with difficult people, it’s natural to think we need to keep our distance. But Pastor Matt says that’s not the healthiest way to address difficult people.
Are YOU Being Difficult?
When someone’s difficult to us, we often use that as justification to be difficult back to them. But that’s not what we’re called to do.
Why Are We So Difficult to One Another?
God created us to be different so we would complement one another. Instead, we now compete with our differences. What happened?
More Tough Questions With Pastor Mike
Watch the entire series from this past week as Pastor Mike answers more tough questions from viewers like you.