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Pastor Matt Ewart

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.

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Uncontainable

If God would just show up in a real, measurable way, a lot more people would take him seriously. I know I would benefit…

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There’s a discrepancy

Have you ever had buyer’s remorse over fast food? It can happen. I’ve seen it. Three friends and I were each ordering separately at…

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Guilt by association

Have you ever felt like you should distance yourself from certain people to make it clear that you do not associate yourself with their…

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Quantity and quality

They say that money won’t make you happy. But if I had the resources, I wouldn’t mind experimenting. The prophet Jeremiah snuck in a…

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Your reputation

Mankind’s first murder quickly made its way into history. And I’m not just talking about the fact that it’s documented in the Bible. It…

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Reflector

“The essence of being human is that one does not seek perfection.”—George Orwell The struggle of many artists, musicians, and authors is that perfection…

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Dealing With Difficult People

Watch the entire devotional series from this week as Pastor Matt helps us deal with difficult people in our lives.

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Thank God for . . . Difficult People?

It’s hard to believe, but there ARE unexpected blessings with having difficult people in your life. Pastor Matt shares what those are.

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A Safeguard Against Difficult People

You still need to protect your emotional well-being when you deal with difficult people. Here’s a safeguard so your heart is in a good place.

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Get Close to Difficult People?

When it comes to dealing with difficult people, it’s natural to think we need to keep our distance. But Pastor Matt says that’s not the healthiest way to address difficult people.

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Are YOU Being Difficult?

When someone’s difficult to us, we often use that as justification to be difficult back to them. But that’s not what we’re called to do.

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Why Are We So Difficult to One Another?

God created us to be different so we would complement one another. Instead, we now compete with our differences. What happened?