Children’s Director Shirletta Butler reminds us to let go of any disappointments or unfinished business from last week, and start with a new attitude today.
For today’s devotion, Molly Holloway invites you to listen to “Truth Be Told”: I find two profound truths here to consider. First, many of us are not sharing who we are and the struggles we’re facing with our church family (or, sometimes, with anyone). We don’t want people to know that we are broken. But...
In Isaiah 43:19, the Lord says “See, I am doing a new thing!” In our lives now, we are looking at starting anew when the pandemic eases. Children’s Director Shirletta Butler encourages us to join the Lord in the new work he’s doing, and to both embrace the new and keep the good things that...
Christians have observed a time of fasting in preparation for Easter for over 1500 years, but what value does it have to us today? Speaker: Molly Holloway
Many people make New Year’s resolutions, and then quickly give up after early failures. Molly Holloway reminds us that we serve a God who will help us start again as often as needed.
Life can be messy and painful. Whether the problems in our lives are due to our own behavior, someone else’s behavior, or things that just happen around us, Pastor Keith Butler reminds us that Jesus came to make all things new.
Pastor Keith Butler offers today’s devotion: Happy Friday in a world filled with chaos sometimes we just need to smile
Like Gideon (Judges 6), we can feel like we are unworthy and unqualified to do what God has called us to do. Linda Barnes encourages us to remember that God knows the truth about who we are, even when we can’t see it ourselves.
Sometimes when life becomes hard or uncertain, we are tempted to go back to what we used to be. Pastor Keith Butler reminds us that God calls us to keep pushing forward.
When I became a parent I had some idea of what was in store. I would work hard to provide for my family and spend “quality time” with my children. What I did not yet know was that some of the most important “quality time” I would spend with my son and daughter would occur...