Daily Devotionals

The God With Dirty Hands

Posted by Jeremy Fisher on

The God With Dirty Hands The setting is chaos. Darkness cloaked the waters. The earth was formless. No beauty. No order. No color. No creativity. No design. Just chaos. And God, in the midst of chaos instituted order, purpose, meaning, usefulness, light and life. After separating the sky from...

Childlike Prayers

Posted by Cheri Akers on

During this week’s sermon, we learned things we can do while we are in the waiting. I am an extrovert, so being confined to home is hard for me. I find myself trying to think of any essential reason to leave the house, for anyone. Waiting is hard for me, especially in solitude. It makes me...

Generosity in Perilous Times

Posted by Pat Cooper on

When encouraging people to be generous in their giving back to God today, the response may be something like, “Have you lost your mind? Do you not have the internet, a radio or a television set? These are super-hard times, friend.” Yes, times are hard, unprecedented. I have not seen...

Spiritual Distancing

Posted by Andrew Knight on

In the fall of 2011, I spent five weeks away from my family in Zambia. Five weeks. For those who have been deployed overseas or have had long-term remote assignments, you understand (probably better than I) how challenging it can be. While we were able to communicate and keep in touch during...

Grab On and Stand Steady

Posted by Kaitlyn Bray on

When we are in love, romance movies resonate with us. When we are sad, tragedies hit all the right chords. The same could probably be said with our days of inner rage and watching Liam Neeson give the bad guys their just desserts. This is also true, at least for me, with Bible stories. There...

God Uses Everything

Posted by Rocky Hernandez on

A mother was busy making supper in the kitchen and, needing a can of tomato soup, she asked her 5-year-old son to go into the pantry and get one for her. But the light in the pantry was out and he didn’t really want to go in there. “It’s dark in there and I’m...

What Should We Do?

Posted by Steve Glenn on

In peace I will lie down and sleep; for you alone, O Lord, make me dwell in safety. Psalm 4:8 ESV Wow. What is going on? Things are not going well. Have you been to the grocery store lately? There are times when aisle after aisle is empty. Even the canned goods area looks bleak. I have never...

Power in the Name

Posted by Valerie Williams on

I will call on the Lord, who is worthy of praise, for he saves me from my enemies. — 2 Samuel 22:4 ESV Shout for joy to God, all the earth; sing the glory of his name; give to him glorious praise! Say to God, “How awesome are your deeds! So great is your power that your...


Posted by Amy Roseberry on

“The children are dressed and ready for school. But there is no food for them to eat,” the housemother of the orphanage informed George Mueller. George asked her to take all 300 children into the dining room and have them sit at the tables ready for breakfast. He thanked God for the...

Because He Lives

Posted by Cheri Akers on

True confession time: When I agreed to write this devotional based on Sunday’s sermon, I did it with the full knowledge that it was for me as much as it would be from me. It is hard to step back and look at life and realize how much has changed in a week. We are each surveying how it will...

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