Daily Devotionals

Trading Rubble For Treasure

Posted by Paul McDill on

The story of the rich young ruler has always been a fascinating story to me. You have a guy who seemed to have everything, yet was obviously searching for more. As this man comes to Jesus, he comes like many of us do. He comes needy. What we discover is that, even though this man has a lot, he...

Religion and Irreligion (and Star Trek)

Posted by Riley Roberson on

Every old episode of Star Trek is super interesting, because Captain Kirk is always put in an unwinnable situation, but he also always wins. It’s great. He always wins because he ends up making difficult decisions that fall somewhere between logic and emotion. That’s not a...

God's Will, Not Ours

Posted by Scott Hiney on

This may sound strange, but there have been times when I almost wished I had come to know and accept Jesus later in life, after I had reached a higher level of spiritual understanding. I think, at the heart of it, I wanted to know what it felt like to experience a life of sins (that I actually...

Distracted By Busyness

Posted by Crystal Brashear on

I love checklists so much, sometimes I add stuff to a list that I’ve already finished, just so I can check it off. There’s just something about the feeling of satisfaction in completing tasks. It really appeals to me. In fact, I come from a long line of “doers” on my...

Healing Body and Soul

Posted by Casey Coats on

1 And when he returned to Capernaum after some days, it was reported that he was at home. 2 And many were gathered together, so that there was no more room, not even at the door. And he was preaching the word to them. 3 And they came, bringing to him a paralytic carried by four men. 4 And when...

We're All Needy

Posted by Laci Prewitt on

I love to ask my 10-year-old niece to do things for me, especially when I am watching TV. "Hey, will you hand me the remote?" "Are you going to the kitchen? Get me a drink, please."  "Can you pretty-please [fill in the blank with any request related to not wanting to get off the...

Relying On One Another

Posted by Rebecca Spence on

During the sermon every Sunday, there is almost always at least one thing that seems to jump out at me from the teaching. This past Sunday at c|Life’s Forney campus, when co-pastor David Griffin taught from the story of the paralyzed man whose friends brought him to Jesus, it was the...

Plans and Satisfaction

Posted by Jenna Winegeart on

I’m a big goal setter. I dream and make plans and, without a doubt, always have expectations. This can be a positive feature, while also being one I wish I could tie to a kite and set free on a windy day. It isn’t a habit to keep or break. It’s how I’m wired. It’s...

Lift Up Your Eyes

Posted by Doug Hall on

At work last week I walked from a back office, where I was preparing payroll, to a front office, where I was running two reports, to answer a call on my office phone, while using my cell phone to respond to text messages and emails, when a coworker stopped me to ask a work-related question. I...

Today is the Day

Posted by Luke Bedford on

On the night of Feb. 4, 2006, at a Disciple Now event, I accepted Jesus into my heart. I hit the ground running with God in my life. I started leading a small group for the youth. I had conversations with my parents and grandparents about the great news I had received about Jesus. I...

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