Daily Devotionals

New Year's Resolution

Posted by Lisalette Hamon on

As 2017 approached, social media showed that many people were preparing to improve their lives, or at least some aspects of them, once Jan. 1 hit. From improving eating habits to growing in a relationship with God, people seem really excited about whatever they’ve chosen to do to improve...

2016 Wasn't So Bad

Posted by Scott Hiney on

If you took a breath this year, you might’ve noticed a seemingly inordinate amount of people took time to complain about how bad 2016 seemed to be. It’s easy to fall into the trap of agreeing with this statement. Maybe your guy wasn’t elected as president. Maybe your guy was...

Three Advents

Posted by Riley Roberson on

After celebrating Christmas, we’re on the other side of Advent, and you really won’t hear the word again until some really churchy person says something about the church calendar next year. But, to me, there are really three advents that are important for us all throughout the year...

Model and Promise

Posted by Crystal Brashear on

One of my favorite professors in seminary repeatedly said, “What God has done in the past is a model and a promise of what he will do in the future, although he’s far too creative to do it the same way twice.” I just love that statement, because it emphasizes the...

Time to Reflect

Posted by Jenna Winegeart on

This week, as we approach New Year’s Day, it is always a time of reflection for me — a time to look back over the previous year at what Christ has done in my life and in the lives of people around me. This year may have been a joyous one for you or possibly a strenuous one. Our...

Backward and Forward

Posted by Pat Cooper on

Let us hold fast the confession of our hope without wavering, for he who promised is faithful. — Hebrews 10:23 A hospice chaplain, each day I walk with the dying — men and women of all ages. Sitting at their bedside, I hear stories of life and love, ups and downs, highs and lows...

A Letter From Dad

Posted by David Griffin on

What I am saying is that as long as the heir is a child, he is no different from a slave, although he owns the whole estate. He is subject to guardians and trustees until the time set by his father. So also, when we were children, we were in slavery under the basic principles of the world. But...

King Jesus

Posted by Doug Hall on

Jesus left the glory of heaven and entered the world as a child in a stable. He lived as a man and worked as a carpenter. He revealed God’s character. He exemplified God’s love. He displayed God’s power. He got tired. He healed. He was angered. He prayed. He reasoned. He...

Jesus is King

Posted by Abbie Kilgore on

I find it exceedingly easy to accept Christ as my savior. I don’t know about you, but my shortcomings are obvious to me. And, honestly, I would prefer that. I find that the most hurtful things I do are the things I don’t notice myself doing, so I’m grateful when I’m not...

Have You Met My King?

Posted by Rebecca Spence on

Have you met my King? Yes, that one over there. No, not that one with the royal clothing. The other one. Keep looking. No, not that handsome one. The plain one. (Isaiah 53:2) Keep looking. No, not that wealthy one. The one with no home, no land and no army. (Matthew 8:20) (John 18:36) Keep...

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