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.
Loving Difficult People Compilation
Watch the entire devotional series from this week, as Pastor Jeremy tells us how we can continue to love the difficult people in our lives.
Are You in a Battle of Wills With God?
Is there something in your life you are choosing over God and don’t even realize it? Pastor Jeremy shows you what can happen when you put God first.
How to Love Those Who Exhaust You
Does someone drain your energy? Leave you with little hope? Pastor Jeremy explains why it’s critical you not give up on them.
God Works Through Messed-Up People
God can and does work through flawed people.
Keep Loving Those Who Are Lost
When all we can think about is loved ones who need saving, what risks are we willing to take?
Love Those Who Hurt You
Is there a relationship in your life that leaves you feeling broken? Pastor Jeremy shows you how to love through it.
Be Different in the Age of Outrage Compilation
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Where Does Your Validation Come From?
In a world where it’s normal to seek validation to prove how good we are, we can be different instead by following this example.
Measure Your Impact by Being Personal
It’s normal to think that the bigger the platform, the bigger the influence. Be different. Be like Jesus.
Be Slow to Speak, Quick to Listen
It’s normal to want to change people’s minds and behaviors. But instead, look for opportunities to spend time with people the way Jesus did.
Staying Calm When Others Freak Out
While everyone else freaks out about today’s contentious issues, here’s why you can remain calm.
Called to Be Different
It can be exhausting these days to try to have a civil conversation over disagreements. But that’s also why it’s a golden opportunity for Christians to be different.