Daily Devotionals

Acting Like Jesus Through Love

Posted by Nathan Blackley on

Walk in love, as Christ loved us and gave himself up for us, a fragrant offering and sacrifice to God. — Ephesians 5:2 One of my favorite points from the sermon this past Sunday was the quote that “we get to act like Jesus and that we get to bring glory to God.” I felt...

Struggling With Thankfulness

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As I sat in the congregation this past Sunday, listening to the pastor preach on Ephesians 5:1–21, I found myself experiencing mixed emotions as I tried to apply the Apostle Paul’s words to my life. In the beginning of the chapter, Paul explained that those who practice sexual...

Truth Must Be Known Before It Can Be Considered

Posted by Nolan Jones III on

One of mankind’s greatest pursuits is finding answers to our questions. We don’t just want answers, we need them. Every day of our lives is filled with new questions and the pursuit of answers to those questions. One of the most common and most troubling questions concerns what we...

Who's Your Pilot?

Posted by David Griffin on

Blessed is the man who walks not in the counsel of the wicked, nor stands in the way of sinners, nor sits in the seat of scoffers; but his delight is in the law of the Lord, and on his law he meditates day and night. — Psalms 1:1–2 So I’m sitting in an airplane right now...

Step One

Posted by Rocky Hernandez on

When I played football as a kid, our coach would have us sit on the floor in the locker room before games. Our one job during this time was to imagine ourselves running plays perfectly in our minds. He would call a play, and we would run it mentally. He would yell out “Blast!” and I...

The New Life

Posted by Lisalette Hamon on

I recently listened to a podcast about the sufficiency of the Bible. The Bible alone is enough for us in all things — to show us who God is, to show us how to live, to teach, correct, rebuke — all things. As I read Ephesians 4:17–32, I am overwhelmed by its practicality. This...

Renew Your Minds

Posted by Pat Cooper on

Co-pastor Paul McDill gave an excellent treatment of Ephesians 4:17–32 last Sunday, which encouraged us all to embrace fully the new life in Christ that we were given the moment we crossed the line of faith. He was careful to leave no question marks hovering about in that airy space...

Don't Write Yourself Off

Posted by John Murillo on

I’ve always written myself off. So in hearing that I have gifts, that we all have gifts, I immediately retract and exclude myself. Sometimes I just miss how someone as broken as me could be gifted at something, that there’s no way gifts, grace or influence were given to me, as if...

Light It Up

Posted by Shelli Ragle on

You got this! You gonna kill it! OK, don’t kill it. (Or anything else, for that matter. Thou shalt not kill, remember?) But you are a winner! Can I get a what, what?! Hype it up, y’all! We’re on the winning team! Hello?! I can’t hear you! Fo’ real tho, I wanna...

Pieces Of The Puzzle

Posted by Pat Cooper on

If you have ever caught an episode of How Stuff Works, on the Science Channel, you probably found yourself shaking your head in amazement a time or two as you learned how things go from rough sketches on a drawing board to those finished products you use every day. Something as simple as a...

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