Kenny Silva shares tips for finding a new church you can call home. Source: How to Find a Church – FaithGateway A very good article on what to look for when joining a church.
Does this attribute of God — jealous — make you wary of Him? Isn’t that a negative description? Kyle Idleman explains what God’s jealousy means. Source: God Is Jealous. Is That Good? – FaithGateway Interesting devotion.
This devotion from Jesus, I Need You, encourages us about what to do when we’re battling disappointment with our circumstances and with God. Source: Disappointment: Jesus I Tried So Hard! – FaithGateway A very good reminder that sometimes we need to fail in order to grow and learn. Failure and disappointment are hard, but we […]
Sarah Young reminds us in Jesus Today that He is the Way, the Truth, and the Life. Source: Jesus is the Way the Truth and the Life – FaithGateway A good and comforting reminder.
Lysa Terkeurst shares her journey of learning to honor God by being full of grace, even on those impossible days and even with the Grace Test personalities. Source: Grace: Resist the Funk – FaithGateway
“The greatest thing I can do for my country, Lord, is to honor You.” ~ Patriot’s Prayer Source: Memorial Day: What We Can Do for Our Country – FaithGateway A good reminder.
Philip Yancey shares about offering grace to skeptics of the Christian faith. Source: Why Is the Church Failing the Millennials? – FaithGateway Interesting look at why involvement in the Church is falling off. I pray that the Holy Spirit will soften people’s hard, closed hearts and that He make work in them and bring them […]
Michael Norten shares about the Feast of Pentecost. Source: The Feast of Pentecost (Shavuot) – FaithGateway Interesting comparison between the Old Testament and the New Testament.
Will You Surrender? – FaithGateway: “” We need to give our lives to Jesus and ask him to direct our paths.
Rick Warren shares about the power of kindness in your everyday interactions with others. Source: Try a Little Kindness – FaithGateway A good reminder. Try to be nicer to each other.