Daily Devotions

04/02/2018

Posted by Natalie Widener on

Natalie Widener   Have you ever had that awkward moment when you are pushing and pushing on a door to get in and it’s not budging? Then you look up and read the sign that says, “Pull to Open.” I’ve done that a few times! You look around and feel so silly. If only...

04/01/2018

Posted by Phyllis Lloyd on

Phyllis Lloyd   “Old age is like everything else. To make a success of it, you must start young!”  -Theodore Roosevelt   The Bible is FULL of great passages on aging. If we have studied God’s plan for aging like we have our retirement plans, our golden years...

03/24/2018

Posted by Michael Giacomoni on

A Song of Praise. Of David.   I will extol you, my God and King, and bless your name forever and ever. Every day I will bless you and praise your name forever and ever. Great is the Lord, and greatly to be praised, and his greatness is unsearchable.   One...

03/23/2018

Posted by Skip Lloyd on

One thing I have learned about God is – HE IS FAITHFUL. God is perfectly faithful, steadfast, and true. Faithfulness is the very essence of who God is. Numbers 23:19 says, "God is not man, that he should lie, or a son of man, that he should change his mind. Has he said, and will he not do...

03/22/2018

Posted by Phil Krouse on

I’ve always been into the way things look…from advertising to product design to home décor. I used to place an unnecessary value on “things,” but in recent years, God has really been working on my heart and actually changing my heart. I still like nice things, but...

03/21/2018

Posted by Travis Keirns on

Last week, I wrote about a healthy, biblical way to lovingly confront people in our lives who we witness repeatedly living in a destructive manner. It was a simple principle found in Matthew 18, and included first going to the person one-on-one out of love and concern for that person’s...

03/20/2018

Posted by Brandon Leitnaker on

If you have ever been part of a jury, you understand it can be extremely difficult to determine whether someone is guilty or innocent. Sometimes the facts are very plain, but that does not make the decision any easier. During the initial jury selection process, jury candidates are often asked...

03/19/2018

Posted by Abbey Parsley on

The littles are ooh-ing and aah-ing at the tv. The winter Olympic Games are on non-stop in our house as I’m sure yours as well. Each and every sport that comes on, their little minds dream dreams that don’t seem impossible at this age. “Mommy, I want to be in the Olympics! Can...

03/18/2018

Posted by Stacey Crawford on

 “We need God as much in the calm as we do in the storm.” Jack Hyles I have been a Christ follower most of my life. When I was eight years old, I prayed for God to forgive my sins and I “wanted Jesus to come into my heart.” I only understood as much as an...