Daily Devotion – Representing Jesus Well in a Difficult Season

Daily Devotion – Representing Jesus Well in a Difficult Season

2020 has been quite the year—and we’re only halfway through. A global pandemic, an extended lockdown, economic devastation, civil unrest, deep political division, the list goes on. And don’t even get me started on the murder hornets. Yet we’re still called to...
Daily Devotion – When We Try to Help God and Get in the Way

Daily Devotion – When We Try to Help God and Get in the Way

“God loves you and people have a wonderful plan for your life!” This is what a good friend of mine would say when people made suggestions to the pastor or other people. It was a rephrasing of one of the Four Spiritual Laws by the late Bill Bright of Cru (Campus...
Daily Devotion – Proverbs 1:1-7 – The Way to Wisdom

Daily Devotion – Proverbs 1:1-7 – The Way to Wisdom

What is the way to wisdom? Proverbs opens and gives its readers two requirements for becoming wise: being teachable and fear. The First Way to Wisdom is a Teachable Spirit Proverbs opens and gives its readers two requirements for becoming wise: being teachable and...
Daily Devotion – Proverbs 3:21 – Using Discernment

Daily Devotion – Proverbs 3:21 – Using Discernment

My child, don’t lose sight of common sense and discernment. (Proverbs 3:21 NLT) Today, I was reminded of why I rarely browse social media these days. No, it wasn’t anything horrifying that I saw. But it was a bit unsettling. It was a post by a Christian,...
Daily Devotion – Worried Whispers and Missed Messages

Daily Devotion – Worried Whispers and Missed Messages

The disciples missed the message. All of their attention was centered on the temporal need for food, even though Jesus consistently taught them differently. “Why all these worried whispers and missed messages about forgetting the bread?”  These are some of Jesus’...
Daily Devotion – Proverbs 24:3-4 – Wisdom of God

Daily Devotion – Proverbs 24:3-4 – Wisdom of God

Who is the Builder of your house? Are you relying on your own wisdom, understanding, and knowledge to build it or are you relying on the wisdom of God? Is its foundation something solid, or shifting and sinking sand? Who is your architect, designer, and craftsman?...

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