Daily Devotionals

Cry Out To God (Day 2)

Posted by Nick Edwards on

Out of the darkest moment in all of creation comes salvation, redemption, and hope. As we read Psalm 51, in light of David’s life circumstances in 2 Samuel 12, we also understand there is a need for healing to occur after the sin and after confession. But where does this healing come...

Cry Out To God

Posted by Nick Edwards on

Today starts a five-week study through Psalm 51, called No Turning Back. This week we will focus on verse 1, where King David, the writer of Psalms, cries out to God. What does it mean to cry out to God? When we pray, we often pray for God to bless our food, help us in our day, and protect us...

The Gift of This Life

Posted by Rebecca Spence on

And they have conquered him by the blood of the Lamb and by the word of their testimony, for they loved not their lives even unto death. — Revelations 12:11 The theme of our devotionals this week was to be “Lessons we learned from COVID–19.” What a heavy topic. What did...

What Have I Learned from Quarantine?

Posted by Landry Westmoreland on

What was the most challenging part of quarantine for you? Was it the isolation? Was it the boredom? Was it the debate over if downloading Disney+ was worth it? I haven’t found any pertinent scripture that justified the one day I spent watching The Mandalorian, or the subsequent monthly...

What Might Your Story Become?

Posted by Pat Cooper on

Saint Augustine of Hippo (345 AD - 430 AD), one of the most significant figures of the post-apostolic church age and a substantial contributor to the development of Western philosophical thought and the theology of the church, was canonized and recognized as a Doctor of the Church by Pope...

How To Get Where You Are Going

Posted by Connor Britt on

There is an old saying: Rome wasn’t built in a day. What people often neglect to think about when it comes to this quote is just how long it took to build a city during this period. As they were constructing Rome, the architects and builders knew they would not see its competition in their...

Am I Ready?

Posted by Cheri Akers on

For the last six months, I have asked myself a question over and over, perhaps more than I have ever questioned it in my life: what is the Lord doing? I know and believe that he is in this, working for our good, and that he will use the world’s current happenings to bring honor and glory...

Be Aware and Respond

Posted by Steve Glenn on

So, Abram left as the Lord had told him. — Genesis 12:4 God showed up in Abram’s life and called him to a specific task. We see the story recorded in Genesis chapter 12. The first thing we notice after God delivered his call to Abram was that Abram acted. He did what God had placed...


Posted by Crystal Brashear on

And God said to Abraham, “As for Sarai your wife, you shall not call her name Sarai, but Sarah shall be her name. I will bless her, and moreover, I will give you a son by her. I will bless her, and she shall become nations; kings of peoples shall come from her.” Then Abraham fell on...

God's Timing

Posted by Joe Paris on

God’s timing is never late, nor is it ever early. It is always right on time. God’s timing, although always perfect, often seems late to us. When Christians find themselves in a predicament, they are quick to ask God to remove or resolve the situation. If the matter isn’t...

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