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.
How to Handle an Emotional Roller Coaster
There’s a secret for how to overcome the roller coaster of emotions and anxious feelings.
How to Forget the Things Weighing You Down
Do you feel like you can’t move forward until you fix your past? If so, Pastor Ben says don’t believe this lie.
Why You Shouldn’t Keep Score
Do you find your identity in keeping score of your accomplishments? If so, that’s not healthy. Instead, Pastor Ben shares the record that really matters.
How You Find Joy During Unlikely Times
“This shouldn’t happen this way.” How many times have you found yourself thinking these words this year? Pastor Ben says to focus instead on another phrase in order to find joy during these times.
Watch the entire devotional series from this past week as Pastor Mike helps us see how simple it is for us to go in prayer to our Father in heaven.
Unanswered Prayers for Justice?
Why doesn’t God answer your prayers for justice? Pastor Mike says the answer is simple.
How to Pray
How do you get God’s attention? Do you sometimes feel like you’re annoying him or bothering him with your prayers?
Prayer in Everyday Things
Here’s a twist for you: pray for stuff you’re already good at. Pastor Mike explains.
Helpless People Pray
What will make you great at prayer? Pastor Mike’s answer may surprise you.
Lies About God
Watch the entire devotional series from this past week, as Pastor Dave debunks common lies about God in this 2018 throwback series.
Lies About God: “God Doesn’t Care”
Does God really care? Here’s how God showed that he cares about you and the world.
Lies About God: “God Says Not to Judge”
Jesus didn’t condemn all judging. Because there IS a way to judge—and it leads to a greater goal.