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Why It’s Hard to Be Great
Why should we continue to show love and concern for others who don’t return the favor?
What Greatness Looks Like
What’s the only attitude that dictates how we live our lives?
Greatness Comes at a Cost
If you want to be great, Jesus said you must be willing to do this.
What Do You Want Jesus to Do for You?
A great life isn’t out of reach for anyone.
Is It Wrong to Drink and Do Drugs?
Is it a sin to drink or do any kind of drug? This week, Pastor Mike answers tough questions from viewers like you.
What if My Family Doesn’t Believe in Jesus?
What should I do if my family doesn’t believe in Jesus? I know I should pray, but is there anything else I should do? This week, Pastor Mike answers tough questions from viewers like you.
Easter From the Holy Land: Where Death Lost Its Sting
What does Christ’s resurrection mean for you? Join Pastor Mike in Israel as he shares the good news of Easter from the place where some scholars believe Jesus died and was buried. Learn about the three amazing truths that the empty tomb brings to your life.
Forgiveness Is Offensive: I Can’t Forgive Myself
What do you do when you can’t forgive yourself? Pastor Mike shares three situations when it is especially hard to forgive our own actions—and reveals the two offensive truths about us when we think we can’t forgive ourselves.
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.