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Devotionals


Jul
19
2015

My Guts on the Page

Author: Melissa Church

I’ve just wrapped up a short summer study with my Bible study group where we allowed Jesus to confront us with some hard questions. Today, I realized that He’s asked me another one. This one isn’t found directly in scripture. It’s just for me (except as I find myself moved to share it with you!). It’s quiet, and penetrating, and I have not yet allowed it to go deep enough to answer. In fact, I am powerless to answer right now, but He is gracious to begin asking now in preparation.


Jul
03
2015

Staying the Course

Author: Stephen Armstrong

Dramatic events in our culture call for dramatic responses…or do they?


Jul
02
2015

God Does Not Believe In Democracy

Author: Ivette Irizarry

Am I an American who believes in Christ or am I a Christian who lives in America?


Jun
24
2015

Still a Fan

Author: Melissa Church

The problem with wearing an air of tolerance is that when you have one of those difficult encounters with diversity, your tolerance is unmasked and revealed to be prideful hypocrisy and false humility. There’s no backpedaling.


May
23
2015

Is preaching verse-by-verse “cheating?”

Author: Brian Smith

Do pastors who preach verse by verse through books of the Bible cheat?  Are they taking the easy way out when it comes to preaching?  That’s the claim of the pastor of one of the largest churches in America.  But what do the Scriptures say?


May
21
2015

A Warning to the Nations

Author: Ivette Irizarry

Maybe it’s because I am getting old, but every time I open my Bible these days it strikes me how very TODAY it is. For example, I am currently studying the book of Psalms, and a few weeks ago read Psalm 2.


May
21
2015

My Grandmother’s Arms - A Call to Confession

Author: Melissa Church

I have my grandmother’s arms. I’m not especially pleased about this development. You see, my grandmother was on the…plump side, and her arms were…plump…and flabby and cool. Now they’re mine. At some point we have to accept that this is the genetic hand we’ve been dealt, and no matter how hard we work those triceps, we’re just gonna have flabby arms. Doesn’t mean we stop working. Doesn’t mean we stop wearing longer sleeves. Just means that we know there are limitations to the outcome of our efforts to reverse or hide our condition.



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