Pastor Matt Ewart
Matt Ewart is a pastor at NorthCross Church in Lakeville, Minnesota. He previously served at churches in Commerce City, Colorado (Living Hope), and Tempe, Arizona (Emmanuel). He has enjoyed being a contributing author for Time of Grace devotions since 2016.
How to Be a Good Neighbor
Watch the entire devotional series from this past week, as Pastor Matt shows us how we can be neighbors to one another the way God called us to be, despite the unrest and uncertainty in our world.
How to Know You’re a Good Neighbor
Are you building the right kind of bridges with your neighbors?
Are You in a Good Place?
In order to be a good neighbor, you need to take care of yourself and be in a good place. How do you get there? Jesus told his disciples the simple answer.
The Mercy Rule of Being a Neighbor
These five words are a sign you need to think differently about how to be a neighbor.
What Does Neighborly Love Look Like?
Being a good neighbor isn’t about what you can do for others. It’s about what was done for you.
How Do I Love ALL My Neighbors?
Can you love EVERYONE as your neighbor? Well, for starters, you’re not obligated to be a good neighbor. Pastor Matt explains.
Navigating This Season of Wandering
Watch the entire devotional series from this past week as Pastor Matt reminds us that we can still find certainty during this season of uncertainty and wandering.
Where Is God as I Wander?
How do you find certainty even when you’re wandering through these uncertain times?
How to Be More Patient
Are you struggling with patience right now during this season of uncertainty? Pastor Matt helps you remember two important things to combat impatience.
How to Deal With Anger and Frustration
In this season of wandering, what do you do when you feel emotionally exhausted and frustrated? Pastor Matt shows you where you can stop and find rest.
Remember the Good Ol’ Days?
Do you long for the good ol’ days before COVID-19 and the current unrest across our nation? Pastor Matt reminds you why you shouldn’t.
Wander but Don’t Wonder
Do you feel like you’re wandering through these current moments of unrest? When you enter into a season of wandering, are you left wondering where God is?