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Depression is an important issue for the church to address… rightly. Not with judgement or hiding, but with compassion, help, coming alongside, and kindness. It’s okay to not be okay! If you’re not okay today, know that God sees you and loves you so much! But, He has more for you, a future and a hope! He is calling you out of your cave!

A Word to the Church

A Word to the Church

  If we really believe the good news is to heal the heartbroken, announce freedom to all captives, [and] pardon all prisoners — Isaiah 61:1 The Message, those of us in the church had better start talking about what people are really going through and find ways to meet them there. We need to show

Faith is knowing God is able. Faith is love. Faith is taking God at His word. Our all-powerful, all-knowing, beginningless, endless, immutable, giving, gracious, self-sacrificing God is not only loving. He IS love.

Faith Is…

Knowing God Is Able God is able to do whatever He promises. — Romans 4:21 NLT Faith means knowing God is able to do all that He has promised. You may not understand how. You may not know where or when. It may seem utterly, completely impossible. But for all the things you do not

with tears; with locked doors; and with doubt.

How Do We Live in the Present During a Pandemic?

The Church’s mission began (according to John 20) with three things which have become very familiar to us in recent days. It began with tears; with locked doors; and with doubt. On the first Easter day, Mary Magdalene was weeping in the garden outside Jesus’ empty tomb (John 20:1-18). To her astonishment, Jesus met her,

Jesus Can Handle Your Doubt

Thomas’ Doubt I remember the days of long ago; I meditate on all Your works and consider what Your hands have done. I spread out my hands to You; I thirst for You like a parched land. Answer me quickly, LORD; my spirit fails. Do not hide Your face from me or I will be like those who go down to the pit. Let

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