Where did October Go? It appears October flew by in my life. Thankfully, I learned a valuable trick that, in the end, slowed the whole month down.
We are called to seek resolution and not retribution for those who harm us. Turns out, God made a process for this.
As Christian Responders, we face challenging situations. To make matters worse, we also are faced with challenging people, as well. Emotionally taxing as it is, don’t let ugly situations and over the top emotions from others force you to drop the cross!
Romans 11:30-36 Matthew 15:21-28 Reflect on this Scripture alone or in a small group. In this week’s passages, I see an overarching theme: us, the saints, versus them, the sinners. I can think of countless times when the “us versus them” mentality dictated how I felt and behaved in a particular situation. My failed flesh […]
Matthew 14:22-36 Reflect on this Scripture alone or with a small group. When I was in 7th grade, I remember coming home from a youth gathering with my confirmation class. The weather was horrid, and the Iowa National Weather Service made the Top 10 list on the radio. We were terrified of the storm encompassing […]
This week we look at Matthew 14:13-21 and how Jesus feed a crowd of 5,000 with the help of His Disciples. How could the Disciples have handed out food without the miracle Christ provides?
Instead of a standard weekly devotional, I decided to share my testimony this week. For those of you out there looking for signs that God exists and that He cares, I encourage you to read this.
The only thing we should hate is evil. For everything else, there should only be love.
We know God can heal instantly, so why make people suffer the horrendous assembly line of healthcare? Our method is so much weaker than God’s. Yet, I believe that is the point!
Prayer is a time to abide in Christ and to offer up praise, thanksgiving, and requests. Here is a collection of 5 prayers I have come across that you could try using.