Posts tagged “Grace”
Most of us have a schizophrenic sense of justice. We personally like to live in the land of grace, a land where God treats…
There’s a phrase in the English language that’s better than most things one can hear in life. I’m speaking, of course, of the statement:…
The Power of “And”: Grace and More Grace
This world is filled with so many temptations that leave us looking for more self-control. How do we say no to worldly passions that would make us feel so good in the moment? God already gave us the greatest power source to do this. Pastor Mike reveals the number-one way God motivates us to change.
The Power of “And”: My Good and God’s Glory
Doing good things in life is hard, even though the Bible gives us so many reasons to do good. Digging into the book of Titus, Pastor Mike talks about the most important reason to do good, a reason that many of us often forget.
In God’s house
“Lord, I love the house where you live, the place where your glory dwells” (Psalm 26:8). David loved God’s house. When he was away,…
Let’s be presumptive positive
Two months ago I didn’t even know the words presumptive positive could go together. Then, in the beginning of August, 77 NFL players’ COVID-19…
The Power of “And”: Confront and Comfort
We must share that God is here with us right now. And we must know when to say, “Stop it,” when others deviate from God’s Word. Pastor Mike teaches how we can know when people try to add man-made rules to God’s Word and when they subtract truth from it.
Lies About God: “God Helps Those Who Help Themselves”
God does help. But he helps only those who can’t help themselves. Pastor Dave explains.
The Power of “And”: Spiritual and Religious
Those who lead the church have a high and holy calling. They can bring many people to Jesus or damage those whom God loves dearly. Therefore, the apostle Paul gives Titus–and us–high standards for our message and personal lifestyle.
How to Be a Good Neighbor
Watch the entire devotional series from this past week, as Pastor Matt shows us how we can be neighbors to one another the way God called us to be, despite the unrest and uncertainty in our world.
What Does Neighborly Love Look Like?
Being a good neighbor isn’t about what you can do for others. It’s about what was done for you.
Watching the nation burn
Wildfires have been raging across the Northwest. Smoke from those fires has been altering the weather for a long time now in Idaho where…