Three Words That Changed Everything

When he had received the drink, Jesus said, "It is finished." With that, he bowed his head and gave up his spirit (John 19:30). A victory cry pierced the darkest moment in human history. Just three words uttered from a Roman cross - It is finished! Three words that changed everything. What the powers and authorities of the day thought had defeated the movement of Christ Jesus was instead the ...

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Learn How to “Pray Big”

Having a consistent, intimate prayer life is a challenge for many of us. We might pray readily enough for our most immediate concerns, such as help for our children, provision with our jobs, or assistance with our finances. We often have difficulty, though, relying entirely on God to answer our prayers in accordance with our truest needs. How do we pray rightly, understanding that we’re praying to a God who ...

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Milk and Donuts

Have you ever taken a second to really look at how the dairy aisle has changed? Oat, plant based, coconut, almond, and soy milk all sit competitively near skim, whole, and chocolate cartons. This is a lactose brawl waiting to happen, may the best coupon win. Most of these options are lost on me, I’ve never been a fan of milk, dating back to childhood. Usually I just grab a big ...

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Christians Are Human Too

One of the major problems Christians face is that, even though they sometimes don’t admit it, they fail to really see their weakness clearly. But more important than that, most Christians fail to see their weakness in relation to God’s strength. Because of this failure, many Christians live a life of frustration and guilt. And God doesn’t sell frustration and guilt in his store…so if you have them, you didn’t ...

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Identity

It seems like 2019 has started with a theme: Identity. From church sermons to songs we are playing, our identity and where we get our identity keeps coming up. Sometimes our identity gets confused with what we do. I’m a teacher, a cook, a business owner, an administrative assistant, a doctor, a radio personality – insert your job here – but that’s not really who we are. How do I know ...

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Fear or Fear Not

Most of us tend to think too highly of ourselves. Our love for having the right answers, solving our own problems, and feeling in control of every aspect of our lives demonstrates our inclination to think we possess personal sovereignty. Consequently, we spend a lot of time worrying.

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