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100 Days to Brave: You Can Be So Brave

100 Days to Brave: You Can Be So Brave

You’re invited! We are launching Summer Book Club for the first time ever! We will be reading Annie F. Downs’s awesome new devotional 100 Days to Brave together and would love for you to join us in a journey towards courage, faith, confidence, and a deeper walk with Jesus. What if we were brave? What could happen?

You Are Free — That’s a Wrap!

We hope you enjoyed the You Are Free Online Bible Study with Rebekah Lyons as much as we did! Free as a bird! I still love that phrase. The study has been such an amazing six weeks of gaining back lost territory and learning to fly in the freedom Christ came to bring us. As

Letting Go: Love Has Teeth

If you live with a prodigal, you know what it means to love someone. Love is a means of survival. Love is what gets you up each morning and inspires you to serve someone who acts like they hate you. Loving this way means duty, sacrifice, responsibility, and resilience. Many years back, an R&B icon

Turbulent Peace: I Am With You Always

Peter and the other disciples were huddled together behind a door bolted hard against their fear. He wondered whether the religious leaders who had crucified Jesus two days earlier might soon be coming for him. But instead of the terror and despair that had filled him for the last two days, Peter felt a growing

Workplace Evangelism: “Wise” or “Wimpy”?

Workplace evangelism gets a bad rap sometimes. People assume that when you do it, it’s going to be tactless, awkward, and disruptive in some way. It doesn’t have to be that way. You can do good work, make your faith known, talk to your coworkers about their lives, and invite them to meet other Christians – and

Here is God

I am with you always, even to the end of the age. — Matthew 28:20 When ancient sailors sketched maps of the oceans, they disclosed their fears. On the vast unexplored waters, cartographers wrote such words as “Here be dragons” and “Here be demons.” If you drew a map of your world, would we read such phrases? Over the unknown

An Encouraging Word from Max Lucado

Your One True Friend

Jonathan gives David a promise, a wardrobe, and protection. “There is a friend who sticks closer than a brother” (Proverbs 18:24). David found such a friend in the son of Saul. Oh, to have a friend like Jonathan. A soul mate who protects you, who seeks nothing but your interests, wants nothing but your happiness.

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