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You Don’t Need to See to Believe

Just because you can’t see how something is going to happen, doesn’t mean it can’t.

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A little glimpse of God

It’s easy to see the big ways God works in our lives: the plane that lands safely or a loved one recovering from an…

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3 Words that will change your New Year

If failing to achieve your goals was an Olympic sport, I would win the gold. Seriously. Every New Year I go crazy with the…

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Axe, seek, knock

They went to the Jordan and began to cut down trees. As one of them was cutting down a tree, the iron axehead fell…

Friends & Family

Safe in God’s hands

We live in a near-constant state of panic for kids’ safety. Some schools have banned kids from playing tag, and all balls have to…

Living My Faith

On God’s side

During the Civil War, one of President Lincoln’s advisors said he was grateful God was on the Union’s side. Lincoln told him, “Sir, my…

Life’s Challenges

Having hope

Job suffered in a way that I can’t imagine. He lost everything in a matter of minutes. His livestock. His livelihood. His house. His…

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God works; we work

What causes things to happen? Does that sound like a dumb question? Seriously—has God ordained everything and we are just going through the motions,…

Depression & Anxiety

Overcoming Vulnerability

Watch the entire devotional series from this week, as Pastor Jeremy helps us overcome our vulnerabilities, reminding us that no matter what we feel, Jesus is always with us.

Friends & Family

A God of unlimited resources

Every Christian pastor knows of the growing plague of young people just moving in with each other without the benefit of marriage. We’ve heard…

Bible 101

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…

Living My Faith

What if I Don’t Agree With Jesus?

Authority. Jesus’ enemies adored it. They refused to submit to Jesus’ teaching, even when caught in their own duplicity. They missed finding true life because they refused to die to having the last word. Modern Americans face the same dilemma. Will Jesus be the Lord who gets the last word? Or will we cling to our plastic gavels and tell Jesus what to do?