Posts with the tag “knowing-god”

When I See The Sky, I See God
by Daisy Davis on February 19th, 2024
When I look at the sky, I always think of God. It is the one thing that instantly draws me closer to Him. There is nothing more mysterious or as beautiful to me as the magic of space.  Read More
A God Who Has Everything
by Daisy Davis on February 16th, 2024
Our lives are meant to be offered as a gift to God. It is the only way that we can express our fullest gratitude for all that God has given to us freely. . . .  Read More
Memorials For The Marathon
by Dave Shepardson on February 15th, 2024
You must build memorials for the marathon in your life. There must be pillars in your life that you can look back to and say, “THAT’S why I’m still running the race. That’s why I’m still serving Jesus – because of the great things he’s done in my life.”  Read More
Practicing Love
by Daisy Davis on February 12th, 2024
As Christians, Godly love is a skill we need to strengthen with daily practice. We must learn and train ourselves to do everything with love. . . .  Read More
A Deceitful Life
by Daisy Davis on February 9th, 2024
Honesty is one of the most crucial characteristics of being a Christian because it comes with aligning ourselves and our lives with the truth of Jesus Christ. To know and walk with God earnestly is to tear down the walls of dishonesty. . . .   Read More
Constant Gratitude
by Dave Shepardson on February 6th, 2024
Living in thanksgiving is the key to honoring God, to worshiping God, and to serving God in all that we do. That is what living in thanksgiving looks like.  Read More
Living In The Gap
by Daisy Davis on February 5th, 2024
We are living in intimidating times. Some days, it seems that the world is consumed with evil. As Christians, we are being called to stand in the gap and tell the world the truth about who God is and who we are as creation. . . .  Read More
The Way He Sees Me
by Daisy Davis on February 2nd, 2024
I have wasted so much of my life not feeling “good enough” (whatever that even means). I have skipped meals, parties, and big life events because I’ve felt too fat. I’ve avoided speaking up and sharing my perspective at important times because I didn’t feel smart or my ideas didn’t feel significant. . . .  Read More
New Things
by Daisy Davis on January 26th, 2024
As we reflect on our time spent with God this week, it’s important to ask what God is trying to show us and the ways in which he has spoken to us.  Read More
Fighting Battles
by Daisy Davis on January 25th, 2024
God is always bigger than any battle we face, and he has come to conquer the darkness with his light.   Read More
Faith Transfer
by Dave Shepardson on January 24th, 2024
What Jesus did in the storm was give the Disciples a faith transfer. The Disciples believed more in the power of the storm than they believed in the power of the Savior. . . .  Read More
The Importance of Godly Decision Making
by Daisy Davis on January 22nd, 2024
When I was a teenager, my dad — like every good dad — warned me about the importance of making wise decisions. . . .  Read More
God vs. Blender
by Daisy Davis on January 19th, 2024
Today, I learned that blenders can explode for no reason and catch your paper towel holder on fire. Don’t worry, I’m fine. My blender, however, is toast. . . .  Read More
Values Clarification
by Dave Shepardson on January 18th, 2024
Values clarification is basically deciding what is most important to you in your life and then making your decisions according to that. You first decide, "What is most important in my life?" And then you make decisions according to what is most important in your life. That’s values clarification at its base.  Read More
When The Walls Are Closing In
by Daisy Davis on January 17th, 2024
Sometimes, life can make us feel like we’re stuck between a rock and a hard place — stuck in a lion’s den, trapped in a fiery furnace, lost in a stormy sea, or nailed to a cross. David knew how it felt to be chased, attacked, and persecuted on all sides. . . .  Read More
by Dave Shepardson on January 16th, 2024
Paul’s relationship with Christ set his joy, so his circumstances could never change his joy. In fact, the worse the circumstances were, the more he was motivated to deepen his relationship with Christ. Which, through an ever-deepening relationship with Christ, his rest, his peace, and his joy were deepened.   Read More
Transformation - This is The Way
by Tricia Reardon on January 12th, 2024
All of God’s love toward us, all of his thoughts toward us, all of his plans for us – all revolve around transforming us more and more into his image.  Read More
Abba, Father
by Dave Shepardson on January 10th, 2024
You have a Heavenly Father who is the perfect Father. . . If you have received Jesus Christ as your Savior today, then God promises you in his Word that you have been adopted and that you can now call him Abba Father.  Read More
Are You Feasting On The Bounty?
by Daisy Davis on January 8th, 2024
I will be the first person to admit that change terrifies me. It is something I am asking God to help me with. I am afraid of the unknown. I am afraid of having the rug pulled out from under me. I am paralyzed with fear when I think about my life losing any type of stability or predictability. . . .  Read More
The Abundant Life
by Dave Shepardson on January 5th, 2024
What does the "Abundant Life" mean? The key to the original, abundant life was unbroken fellowship with God. . . .  Read More
Devo - Transform Your Life
by Tricia Reardon on February 7th, 2023
It is in our time alone with God that we become transformed as we listen and respond to what the Holy Spirit impresses on our hearts through God’s Living Word. This devo is from the “Alone With God” series in the first message titled, "Get Alone With God."  Read More
Devo - Know Him Personally
by Tricia Reardon on December 23rd, 2022
Our God wants us to know him personally. He does not want to be an impersonal spiritual force in your life. He comes personally for you.  Read More