Posts tagged “Kindness”
When God Turns up the Heat
God is pumping up the pressure because he’s got bigger plans for you. As our country continues to grapple with the coronavirus, we want to keep providing more perspective through God’s Word. We brought back this 2018 series from Pastor Jared about the tests and trials God allows in our lives.
Be Mindful of How You Can Help
Who in your life right now needs you to reach out to them?
Are You Slow to Become Angry?
Don’t get angry at your enemies. Instead, don’t forget how God treats you.
Do You Expect Fair Treatment?
Jesus does not give us the right to expect fair treatment in this world. So stop keeping score.
The Love Song of Marriage
How can husbands and wives build up one another?
Love One Another
Can you find opportunities to put the love of Jesus into practice?
A Fresh Start: For Your Emotions
Our thoughts might be true or false, healthy or destructive, demonic or Holy Spiritual, which means we need to think carefully about our thoughts! The apostle Paul made the same point to his friends in Corinth, urging them to take their thoughts captive and make them obedient to Christ. By that same practice, we put our frantic minds at ease and fix our thoughts on Jesus.
Are You Excited About Your Faith?
God calls us to live as ambassadors for him. What does that mean? And how do we do that?
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.
Shine Your Light
Now that Christmas is over, what can you do to continue bringing joy to this dark world?
Death to Selfie: Serve Like a Ninja
The rich gave massive offerings on a particular day in the temple. But Jesus noticed and praised the poorest widow who quietly gave the “smallest offering.” In our day of public recognition, what would Jesus say? He would ignore those who praise themselves and praise those who serve God in secret.
“Be Humble or Be Humbled”
We don’t need Facebook likes and statuses. Strive for a life of humility instead.