Posts tagged “Purpose”
Super seniors: Anna
You know, don’t you, which adjective is used most often with old lady? Yep—little, as in little old lady. Somehow small size seems to…
Recently my two older boys attended a youth group event at our church. Before enjoying pizza and a Packers game (two quintessential youth group…
John the Baptist: Prepare for What?
In this Bible series project, Pastor Jon shares with us how John the Baptist prepared the way for Jesus–and how we must continue preparing for Jesus today.
Daniel: Faith in the Face of Challenges
Daniel is a great example of staying true to convictions and faith in the most difficult situations. In this Bible series project, Pastor Jeremy looks at the life and lessons of Daniel.
Are you like Daniel and call God “MY God”? In this Bible series project, Pastor Jeremy looks at the life and lessons of Daniel.
As if Pain Never Touched You
Like Daniel’s friends who were thrown into a furnace, there’s a miracle coming for you too. In this Bible series project, Pastor Jeremy looks at the life and lessons of Daniel.
When you’re in a tough spot, do you pray like Daniel and appeal to God’s mercy? In this Bible series project, Pastor Jeremy looks at the life and lessons of Daniel.
3 words that will change your Thanksgiving
Thanksgiving is a spiritually dangerous time of year. Why? Because this is a season when many of us put our joy, happiness, peace, and…
Are You Representing God?
Are you in a hard place that you didn’t ask to be in? Like Daniel, it’s because God’s purpose is for you to represent him. In this Bible series project, Pastor Jeremy looks at the life and lessons of Daniel.
God plays a long game
Try as we might, we can’t see into the future. We can guess, plot probabilities, and make predictions, but our ideas could be totally…
That’s Messed Up: God’s Cleaning Solution
The ending of Bible book of Judges requires an adult I.D. to read. A woman chopped into pieces and mailed throughout Israel? That’s really messed up! But the Spirit inspired this story to prove two points. First, that life falls apart when everyone does what he or she thinks is right. Second, that God does not give up on people after the most disgusting sins.
That’s Messed Up: Press on in Faith
Gideon seemed so good. The humble farmer who became a Sunday school hero. But the fame went to his head, and good ol’ Gideon died as a spiritual adulterer and snare for his people. That’s messed up! But the story reminds us to fight the good fight through the final round, run the race until the last step, and worship God until our final breaths.