Daily Devotionals

Trust the One Who Knows


Posted by Ian Crosby on

Have you ever wondered how Google is able to know how much traffic there is around you? Like how you can open up your app and see the green, yellow, or red lines on the route you are trying to take to get to the closest place that serves chips and salsa? It’s crazy how it works. They're...

Turbulence Drives Us To Our Greatest Need

Posted by Nolan Jones III on

I have three questions that I would like to address today: What is our greatest need as human beings? Does God desire to provide us with our greatest need? How does God provide this need for us on a day-to-day basis? Understanding the answer to these questions will eliminate the need to...

Prayer Is Important


Posted by David Griffin on

And when he had seized him, he put him in prison, delivering him over to four squads of soldiers to guard him, intending after the Passover to bring him out to the people. So Peter was kept in prison, but earnest prayer for him was made to God by the church. Now when Herod was about to bring...

You Find What You Look For

Posted by Crystal Brashear on

If worrisome thoughts were visible to the naked eye, I think they would look like little fleas hopping around inside our heads. Fleas are nasty, blood-sucking little parasites. They’re great at hiding and difficult to totally eradicate. And just as soon as you’ve gotten your pet...

Don't Let Worry Win

Posted by Scott Hiney on

I have a strange relationship with worry and anxiety. I have a lot of both, but I also feel like I’ve learned to manage both fairly well. Unfortunately, I think that’s my biggest pitfall. The moment we decide that we can work with worry and try and mitigate its symptoms, the more we...

God Knows What He's Doing

Posted by Riley Roberson on

Around mid-August, I hit 50,000 miles in the air for the year. At this point, at least these two things are true: I’m pretty tired of turbulence, and I’m really tired of airplane food. I was fortunate enough to go on a lot of trips this year to places like Ghana, Arizona, New...

Get in the Yoke


Posted by Doug Hall on

Anxiety is a relentless, destructive force. Whether it's the continual weight and fear of an anxious soul or the dart-like pangs of panic attacks, worry can be debilitating. It saps our zest for life and damages our relationship with the Lord and those around us. A recent survey I took showed...

Calm In Any Size Storm

Posted by Laci Prewitt on

Turbulence is an interesting thing. I have zero fear of flying. When turbulence hits a plane I am on, I'm more annoyed because I will likely get motion sick than I am worried about any impending doom. For others, if the pilot so much as sneezes they see their lives flash before their eyes and...

Oil and Vinegar

Posted by Jenna Winegeart on

Back in college, there were around 10 of us who would drive to Johnny Carino’s in Abilene every Monday night for Family Night. We would fill up on bread, salad and soup, and then take our giant portions of pasta home to share over the next three days. They’ve probably ended that deal...

Foreigners in This World

Posted by Rebecca Spence on

True peace, though we strive for it daily, is not something that can be achieved. It can only be received. Jesus said: “Peace I leave with you; my peace I give you. I do not give to you as the world gives. Do not let your hearts be troubled.”— John 14:27 Jesus not only left...

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