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How to Deal With Family Dysfunction: Ridicule
The ridicule you’re going through, know that God’s working it out for your best.
How to Deal With Family Dysfunction: Lies and Deception
Lies and deception can be destructive. But they can also be forgiven.
Roots and Fruit: Give Generously
The apostle Paul was unashamed to say that being financially generous is a key to joy, blessing, and so much more. In the same way, many Christians have learned that it is more blessed to give than to receive!
Don’t Block God’s Blessings
Watch the entire devotional series from this week, as Pastor Jon recounts the little known story of Mephibosheth to help us see how God blesses us regardless of the challenges in our lives.
Don’t Be Afraid Before God
God shows kindness to us even though we don’t deserve it.
Saving Your Self-Esteem
How’s your self-esteem? Remember that your value and self-worth aren’t tied to what you’ve done.
Can You Help Those Who Can’t Help Themselves?
Why should you show love and kindness to those who don’t deserve it?
Take People at Their Word
What do you do when you think someone is lying to you?
Punished for Others’ Mistakes
Why do we have to shoulder the burden and weight of other people’s mistakes?
Roots and Fruit: Grow Closer to Jesus
How does a person have any peace in a world where everything seems so uncertain? Grow! Although the Bible is a hard book to read, it produces knowledge to keep you secure in your faith until Jesus returns.
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.
Vulnerable to Death
You don’t need to fear death.