Posts tagged “Vulnerability”
How Do I Heal From Betrayal?
Watch the entire devotional series from this past week as Pastor Caleb walks us through how we can heal after the betrayal of a good friend.
How Do I Heal From Betrayal? Can I Ever Trust Again?
After being betrayed, it can be hard to know who will have your back and who will stab you in the back. But, Pastor Caleb says, God doesn’t want you to give up on people and relationships.
How Do I Heal From Betrayal? Help Me Deal With the Pain
Betrayal doesn’t just feel like a stab in the back—it’s a stab in the heart. How do you handle the pain that’s still there?
How Do I Heal From Betrayal? Am I Supposed to Forgive?
Why should you make yourself more vulnerable and forgive someone who stabbed you in the back?
How Do I Heal From Betrayal? Can I Shut Everyone Out?
If you’ve been betrayed by someone close, it’s tempting to put your guard up and push everyone away. But, Pastor Caleb tells us, being alone is not what God wants for us. And here’s why.
Pray Like a Pro: How to Avoid Pretensions and Babbling
Prayer should be simple, right? You talk; God listens. But it’s not always that easy because there are two big dangers that happen when you try to pray. How do you avoid them? Fortunately for us, Jesus pointed out these problems and then gave brilliant solutions like only he could.
Pray Like a Pro: Be Like a Helpless Child
If you had to grade your prayer life, what would you give yourself? If there’s room to improve, what can you do? There’s a simple truth, Pastor Mike says, that will bring you one step closer to the prayer life so many of us crave.
Too strong for God?
Have you ever heard the conundrum: “Is it possible for God to create a rock so heavy that he can’t lift it?” Umm. A…
The gift of rest
A retired pastor mentored younger ministers who were exhausted and ready to quit their jobs. “Here’s your problem,” the older pastor would say. “You’re…
Watch the entire devotional series from this week as Pastor Jeremy helps us overcome our vulnerabilities, reminding us that no matter what we feel, we will be OK.
Vulnerable to Death
You don’t need to fear death.
Vulnerable to Rejection
What’s a scapegoat? It’s why you no longer need to fear rejection from God.