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Hell Is Severe Suffering
Don’t downplay the severity of hell.
How Is Hell Made Worse?
As agonizing as hell will be, it can be made worse. How? Pastor Jon explains.
Hell Is Real
Saying hell doesn’t exist doesn’t make it go away. But remember this: If there’s darkness, there’s light.
Christmas: God Is With Us
Watch the entire devotional series from this Christmas week, as Pastor Jeremy reminds us just how amazing our God is with his presence and promises.
Marvel at What God Did
This Christmas Day, don’t worry about your to-do list. Instead, remember that Christmas is all about what God did.
You’re Not Alone
If you’re feeling overwhelmed as Christmas approaches, you’re not alone. Mary and Joseph felt this too. But remember who was with them–and he is with you too.
You’re Not a Nobody
Do you ever feel unnoticed, unappreciated, or invisible? Let the shepherds who first heard about Jesus be a reminder that you’re someone special.
When Christmas Isn’t Merry
Watch the entire devotional series from this week, as Pastor Jon talks about what we can do when the Christmas season isn’t so happy and merry.
Christmas Story Trivia!
How well do you think you know the Christmas story? Pastor Jon challenges you with a quiz!
John the Baptist: Prepare for What?
In this Bible series project, Pastor Jon shares with us how John the Baptist prepared the way for Jesus–and how we must continue preparing for Jesus today.
My Doubts Vs. God’s Promises
Do God’s promises seem like they’re not being kept? Even John the Baptist doubted. But Pastor Jon reminds us that what we see with our eyes does not compare to what God tells us to believe.
What Does God’s Gift Do?
It’s easy for us to use Jesus to help with our daily struggles. But don’t lose sight of what the gift of Jesus is really for.