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Living My Faith

Sometimes God hides himself

Okay, it’s a paradox, but it’s an important one, one you need to embrace and trust. Sometimes God is obvious and accessible. His Word…

Life’s Challenges

What you can’t see

Did you get to see the great conjunction on December 21? I didn’t. This was the date that Jupiter and Saturn were in the…

Who is God?

Immense patience

One of the unique terms that the Bible uses to describe the Holy Spirit is Paraclete, derived from a word in the Greek original…

Living My Faith

Evidence of the Spirit: Peace

Do you have any “drama mamas” in your life? You know who they are—they thrive on conflict and tension. They love gossip (rebranding it…

Life’s Challenges

Take the best of 2020 into 2021

“It was the best of times; it was the worst of times.” If we didn’t know better, we might think Charles Dickens was referring…

Living My Faith

Who, me? Touchy?

I sure can see the problems caused by other people’s hair-trigger tempers. One of the members of our church council went off on me…

Life’s Challenges

How to Be Patient

Watch the entire devotional series from this past week as Pastor Jon helps us learn how to be patient.

Living My Faith

Patience in Career

When it comes to being patient with your career path, Pastor Jon says it’s important to know the difference between a direction and a destination.

Friends & Family

Patience in Parenting

How can you discipline your kids with patience? Pastor Jon shows how important it is to be at eye level.

Life’s Challenges

Patience in Suffering

How are you supposed to be patient when there’s so much suffering and struggling?

Living My Faith

Patience With Politics

Politics and patience don’t often go together. But Pastor Jon says that when talking politics, you can do these three things to grow your patience.

Living My Faith

The Power of “And”: Divide and Unite

What do we do with people? In a world where some people pull us away from God and others encourage us toward him, how do we determine which people to allow into our lives? The apostle Paul’s wisdom is as needed as ever, wisdom that forces us to think of the best “And.”