Daily Devotionals

Our Idea of the Father

Posted by Jenna Winegeart on

Blake (my husband) and I have been watching the latest season of Scandal* on Netflix nearly every night for the past two weeks after we put our girls to bed. There is a character, a man in his 60s named Rowan, who is one of the most conniving, vicious characters out there. When we watched a...

Just Come Home

Posted by Lisalette Hamon on

God went against,and still goes against,what we see as just: you sow well, you reap well. God, our loving father, desires to show us mercy whether we heap insults on him knowingly or do so out of ignorance. You see, at just the right time, when we were still powerless, Christ died for the...

Too Afraid to Return

Posted by Casey Coats on

A few years back, at youth camp, a group of students decided that it would be a funny prank to sneak out of their room in the middle of the night. They were hoping that we would chase them around the entire camp, but we didn’t. We just sat outside their room and waited until they came...

The Son's Plans, The Father's Heart

Posted by Steve Glenn on

"When he came to his senses…"— Luke 15:17 From the reading of the story, it is clear that the younger son in Luke 15 had a good father. The son really had everything he needed. But, for whatever reason, he did not respect or appreciate what he had. He wanted more. He wanted...

Run Home

Posted by Ian Crosby on

When I was a senior in high school, I ran a half marathon. It wasn’t something I really wanted to do, but rather something I did because my friends pressured me into it. So I trained, ran the half marathon, and did better than I though I’d do. When it was all over, I told myself that...

Losing Your Way

Posted by Valerie Williams on

By definition, the word "prodigal" indicates that a person is wastefully extravagant. So often when listening to teaching on this passage, I focus on the depth of the father’s love for his son. I know that I can identify with the son in some way, but that doesn’t tend to captivate my...


Posted by Blake Clickner on

To most people, February 15, 2015, is not a special day at all. Just a normal Sunday. But for my family and I, it’s a day we will never forget. I came home from a youth CG that evening and my oldest, Cade, had been waiting for me to get home so that we could talk. When I asked Cade what he...

Hidden Treasure

Posted by David Griffin on

“The kingdom of heaven is like treasure hidden in a field. When a man found it, he hid it again, and then in his joy went and sold all he had and bought that field." — Matthew 13:44 For the message of the cross is foolishness to those who are perishing, but to us who are being saved...

Reason to Celebrate

Posted by Luke Bedford on

As I was sitting in the service on Sunday morning, listening to Casey give a sermon over the parable of the lost sheep, I couldn’t help but think about an experience I had with a “lost sheep” a couple of years ago at work. It technically wasn’t a sheep; it was a camper...

Come As You Are

Posted by Joy Vroonland on

“…Let’s have a feast and celebrate. For this son of mine was dead and is alive again; he was lost and is found.” So they began to celebrate.— Luke 15:23-24 I wish I remembered my grandfather, George. By all accounts, he was a great man — giving, faithful and...

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