Why Fit In?

“Why Fit In When You Were Born To Stand Out?” a devotional by Charis Nichole I am sure you have heard those well-known words of Dr. Seuss many times before, but have you ever thought about their meaning? Those famous words of Dr. Seuss are a perfect motto for Christians in today’s world. With all … More Why Fit In?

Deep Roots Part 2

“Deep Roots Part 2” by Isaac Stone {If you have been reading the recent devotions, you will notice that Sarah Lyle wrote a devotional called “Deep Roots”: https://onthebigrock.wordpress.com/2017/03/01/deep-roots/ She did a wonderful job talking about growing our faith daily, and made the correlation between faith and the roots of trees around her home when she was … More Deep Roots Part 2

My Identity

“My Identity” by Alden Hunt By nature, I enjoy performing – mostly musically and theatrically. That’s led me to audition for a lot of things in college. However, in the last few weeks, I’ve been getting quite a few emails that look like this:  Hi Alden, Thank you very much for your interest in (production/group/film). Unfortunately, … More My Identity

Depth That Moves

“Depth That Moves” by Jersey Hoffner God won my heart years ago because He met me where I was at. He hurt for what hurt me, and He loved even more. He saw me. The world tells us today that we shouldn’t feel deeply, that 24/7 happiness is attractive, and to act and be perfect … More Depth That Moves

Gluten Free Faith

“Gluten Free Faith” by Marie Birr I know this sounds crazy. I mean what does gluten have to do with Jesus? But trust me, this analogy works really well in analyzing our relationship with God. When someone is gluten sensitive, there are certain things they have to avoid otherwise the wheat protein becomes very harmful … More Gluten Free Faith

Not My Will

“Not My Will, but Yours be Done, Jesus” a devotional by Michelle Miller                 Have you ever wanted something so desperately, a relationship, to go to a certain college, to be in  the “in” crowd at school, that you prayed and prayed that God would give the thing you most desired because you felt it … More Not My Will