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Where Is the Joy in My Life?
If you want more joy in your life, you don’t need a new life. You just need to look around you. Pastor Mike helps you learn how to do this.
Where Can I Find Peace?
How can you find a sense of peace even during the toughest moments? Pastor Mike has a simple answer for you.
How Can I Be More Loving?
Where is one of the greatest places to grow in love? Pastor Mike’s answer may surprise you.
Do I Have Good Roots?
How do we get love, joy, patience, and self-control in our lives?
Leave No One Behind: Even When Church Hurts
Many kids get disconnected from church because they or their parents get hurt by someone at church. The pastor. The church council. A fellow member. Without the right reaction, these sins/hurts can uproot entire families for generations to come. This message is meant to prepare people for the next time church hurts. What do you do? What do you say? When do you go?
What Does Love Look Like?
Watch the entire devotional series from this past week, as Pastor Jeremy helps us understand how we are to love one another.
Love really isn’t love unless it involves this.
Instead of quickly getting into debates on hot button issues, ask this crucial question first.
Love One Another
Can you find opportunities to put the love of Jesus into practice?
Love Never Fails
When you put love into practice, whether or not you feel like it, know that God will not let you down.
God. LOVES. You.
How much does God love you? Pastor Jeremy shares how there are two important aspects of God’s love for you.
Leave No One Behind: Embrace Your Role
Pastors, teachers, church members, godparents, older siblings, friends, aunts/uncles, grandparents, etc. all have a role in training the next generation. Singles and non-parents have a role too because they are people who, like Paul himself, may not produce the next generation, but absolutely want to see them in heaven with Jesus.