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Life’s Challenges

God is your strength

“The Lord is my strength and my shield; my heart trusts in him, and he helps me. My heart leaps for joy, and with…

Who is God?

In the presence of your enemies

Are you surrounded by people who aren’t all that nice? Maybe a neighbor who is grouchier than Oscar from Sesame Street. Or a mother…

Who is God?

An unknown future in the hands of a known God

Some describe the future as peering into the deep unknown. Anything can happen! Do you agree that no one can know how something will…

Who is God?

Endless mercy

There’s a song that we love to sing at our church called “His Mercy Is More.” Written in 2016 by Matt Papa and Matt…

Who is God?

Who is Jesus? Our King!

Have you ever read the Old Testament book of Zechariah? (It’s okay to be honest.) Zechariah isn’t quite as famous as Philippians, is it?…

Who is God?

Comfort is fleeting, but GOD is forever

“Can I put on my comfies?” That question is asked nearly every night in my home. When Kim or I come home from work,…

Who is God?

Everything is fleeting, but GOD is forever

For 157 straight Sundays, I wore the same blue, checkered, button-up shirt to church. I’m not exaggerating. A creature of habit I must be,…

Living My Faith

New open door

Culture shifted. Absolute truth died. There’s a new norm. Your truth is your truth. Someone else’s truth is their truth. Everyone wins. Everyone gets…

Bible 101

Jesus was a baby … for YOU

When you hear the name Jesus, what picture pops into your head? Maybe you envision a famous painting of a Caucasian-looking Jesus that you…

Life’s Challenges

Refocused but resistant

Did you know there are only four verses in the book of Jonah that talk about the big fish swallowing him? This story isn’t…

Life’s Challenges

Rescued but responsible

The longest anyone has held his or her breath underwater is 22 minutes. Impressive! How long did Jonah hold his when he was thrown…

Who is God?

The bridge that brings peace

Are you afraid of bridges—like the gigantic marvels of steel that span two parts of land? Or how about the rickety rope kind in…