“Good Money, Bad Money” a devotional by Natalie Patterson Money… a topic that nobody likes brought up in church, but for most people is the reason they get up in the morning. Why is this? In High School, we are encouraged to do well academically in order to get into a good college. When deciding … More Good Money, Bad Money
“Your Head and Your Heart” a devotional by Dave Sponholz The human mind is an amazing thing! It encodes millions (if not billions) of memories throughout our lifetime and is more complex than any computer out there. It solves problems and helps you to make plans. The human heart is equally amazing from a biological … More Your Head and Your Heart
“No Prayer, No Peace” a devotional by Jessica Cross Prayer is such an important part of our life. We tend to forget how powerful prayer is. Prayer is how we communicate with God and we need to constantly be talking to Him. I find that when I go a day … More No Prayer, No Peace
“Don’t Fight Evil Alone” a devotional by Marissa Mathews Have you ever seen a movie or read a book where a massive army—we’re talking thousands upon thousands of soldiers massed as far as the eye can see—comes to the battlefield, and the other side has a single, impressive warrior? Maybe he’s famous for his battle … More Don’t Fight Evil Alone
this+that = Satisfaction? a devotional by Kaylin Kaminski A few months ago I was down stairs at my parents’ house going through a box of treasures that belonged to me as a child. To some, this box of treasure would be classified as “junk” that was not even worthy of a trip to Goodwill, but … More this+that = Satisfaction?
“So…a Baby was born…” a devotional by Jackie Tahtinen I don’t know about you, but I love it when a baby is born. I want to know all about it… When was it born? How much does it weigh? What’s its name? Who does it look like? Babies give us joy and a sense of … More So…a Baby was born…
Entitlement Probs a devotional by Justin Tahtinen Read 2 Kings 26, Isaiah 53, Philippians 2 The entitlement mentality is taking over this culture. We often walk around thinking we are owed something; having the right to have or do anything we want…and then some. Like, if we want special treatment, well then that’s only what’s right … More Entitlement Probs
“WORRY OR PEACE? It’s a choice” a devotional by Ruth Hryshkanych I was scared. Really scared. As a high school missionary kid (MK) in the Congo political unrest and military uprisings were real threats. But this one was especially upsetting to me. We had gone home on vacation from our boarding school and came back … More Worry or Peace? It’s a choice
“Who Needs Our Stuff?” a devotional by Ashley Lawrence Last week I went to an antique store. The owner was a kind and elderly person, but they followed me around the entire time trying to persuade me to buy their stuff. “Buy things so you can help me retire”, they said. ‘They should have retired … More Who Needs Our Stuff?
“What are your friendships like?” a devotional by Marissa Mathews “By this all men will know that you are my disciples, if you love one another.” —John 13:35 What do your friendships with other Christians look like? Are they any different than your friendships with others? If I were to look at my life, I’d … More What are your friendships like?