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.
Being Generous Without Being Rich, Compilation
Watch the entire devotional series from this week as Pastor Matt shows us how we can be generous even if we aren’t rich.
Can You Choose to Be Rich?
Don’t hinge your generosity on something as uncertain as wealth. Instead, Pastor Matt says, you can look beyond wealth for ways to be generous.
Do You Wish You Had More to Give?
When you don’t have much to give and can give just a little, it sends a big message. Don’t underestimate your impact.
Why Do You Want to Be Generous?
Does our wanting to be generous have roots in selfishness? Pastor Matt reminds us how we can keep our desire for generosity in check.
What if You Believed You Were Rich?
Most of us want to be more generous with our money. But Pastor Matt challenges: Don’t think of your limited finances as something that prevents your generosity, because greater wealth does NOT equal greater generosity.
Watch the entire devotional series from this week as Pastor Matt helps us learn the importance of patience and how to be more patient.
Be Patient by . . . Giving Time Away?
How generous are you with your time to other people?
How to Grow in Patience
The best way to grow in patience isn’t to find more time. Instead, Pastor Matt says, it’s something that sounds counterintuitive.
Does God’s Patience Run Out for Me?
Do you ever wonder if God has lost his patience with you?
Has Your Impatience Harmed Your Relationships?
Has your impatience prevented you from showing the love and compassion you have for someone in your life?
Why God Wants You to Be Patient
Your patience is a spiritual matter that God’s very interested in.
Dealing With Difficult People
Watch the entire devotional series from this week as Pastor Matt helps us deal with difficult people in our lives.