Posts tagged “Perseverance”
Choose Gratitude Over Grumbling: Even if You’re Living With Pain
For people living with constant pain, it’s tempting to believe the lie that God is not good. Pastor Mike shares a verse from Jesus’ brother James that gives us three things to remember in order to resist believing that deception.
Choose Gratitude Over Grumbling: Even When You’re Hurting
To be grateful for the hard times in your life is difficult. Pastor Mike asks: Do you think it’s possible that you could only get to certain places spiritually if you had first passed through the difficulties of pain, suffering, and hardship? The apostle Paul, a guy who was incredibly grateful and went through an incredible amount of suffering, is going to help us thank God even when we hurt.
Watch the entire devotional series from this week as Pastor Jared leads us through what it means and takes to be truly happy.
How Do You Find Joy?
The people who are suffering often have the most joy.
How to Deal With Family Dysfunction
Watch the entire devotional series from this week as Pastor Dave helps us deal with the challenges and dysfunctions our families face.
How to Deal With Family Dysfunction: Ridicule
The smirks, the digs, and the venom that you face—how does any good come from that?
Watch the entire devotional series from this past week as Pastor Jared helps us see and understand true success.
Failure Is Good?
We want to succeed at everything, but failure is inevitable. And good.
Peace Despite Persecution
This world is broken. Christians will be persecuted. But remember Jesus’ words and promises.
How to Be Patient
Watch the entire devotional series from this past week as Pastor Jon helps us learn how to be patient.
Change Your Negative Thoughts to Positive
You don’t need to be stuck in negative thoughts. You can do this by literally changing your brain. Pastor Ben explains.
What You Do Matters
Sometimes Christians live as if this life doesn’t matter, as if the only point of this life is to believe in Jesus and then float up to heaven. But Pastor Ben reminds us that what we do here matters.