Daily Devotionals

Sitting In The Captain's Seat

Posted by Pat Cooper on

I am the master of my fate: I am the captain of my soul. — William Ernest Henley It was the mantra of the ‘60s and ‘70s. “Do your own thing,” we chanted. “If it feels good, do it.” We wanted to be in the driver’s seat of life, a self-governing...

Adult-Sized Toddlers

Posted by William Battle on

“Here, let me help you.” “No! I can do it myself!” Anyone who has ever been the parent of a toddler has heard these words so many times, that we can almost hear it in our sleep. (Parents, I can almost see you chuckling as you read this and nod your heads.) From tying...

This Doesn't Apply To Me

Posted by Rebecca Spence on

Did you find yourself listening to this past Sunday’s sermon, passively thinking, “This is a really awesome sermon, and I’m sure many people are benefitting greatly from hearing it, but it doesn’t apply to me too much.”? I did. Maybe it’s pride. Maybe...

Satan's Lies

Posted by Lauren Battle on

One of the most sobering realizations we can come to as followers of Christ is that although our God is greater and has more power and love and wisdom than we could ever even imagine, there is also an evil, supernatural force that can’t be denied. Satan is the enemy, and he seeks out to...


Posted by Kyle Kelley on

Do you ever have conversations with yourself? I do. Every day, this self-talk can involve how I look, what I believe people are thinking about me, what my value is based on how I performed, and even my mood for the day. Self-talk is almost always informed by feelings rather than truth, and can...

The Words We Think

Posted by Joe Paris on

The words we think form the person we become. The greatest determiner and deterrent in your life is often you! The truth is, most of us speak to ourselves in a manner that we would never use with our worst enemy. That is a huge problem for the believer! Words cut like daggers, phrases...

Don't Wait So Long

Posted by David Griffin on

“No servant can serve two masters, for either he will hate the one and love the other, or he will be devoted to the one and despise the other. You cannot serve both God and mammon” — Luke 16:13 So, today is my birthday. Since it is number 49, I guess that means I have begun my...

Safe People and Safe Relationships

Posted by Nolan Jones III on

My wife and I have been going to Community Life Church for about four years now and, for most of that time, we have been members of the same Community Group. We met some amazing people, built great friendships, grew in the Lord together and walked with each other through some difficult times...

We Need Relationship

Posted by Valerie Williams on

When you think about the most celebrated moments in your life, who were you surrounded by? What about the rocky times, the real pits and crazy times of your life? Who was there? I am thankful that God’s promises are true and that, regardless of my circumstance, he is there! I am also so...

Uphill Habit Choices For Relationships

Posted by Crystal Brashear on

Relationships are messy. That’s because broken people comprise them. Yes, those of us who have trusted Christ have been proclaimed righteous. But we are not yet what we will, by God’s grace, fully become. In the meantime, we live in a world broken by sin and ruled by a cruel prince...

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