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September 25, 2022
In Ezekiel, a book in the Bible, Ezekiel is shocked to experience God’s glory while he was in exile in Babylon. Where do you see God’s glory in your own life? And how has or does it motivate or change you? Often times, God’s glory leaves us truly listening to Him. If this is not your experience, consider tuning in to how God is showing His glory and then respond accordingly.
September 18, 2022
Hill Country Bible Church’s fifth core value is “Loving Our Neighbors.” We live out God’s design to love our neighbors by investing in the people around us, regardless of generation, culture, or ethnicity. The Good Samaritan exemplifies Jesus, showing the love of the Father to those nearby who need it most, but deserve it the least.
September 11, 2022
Hill Country Bible Church’s fourth core value is “Thinking Beyond Ourselves.” This way of living requires a cause, commitment, and calling beyond ourselves. If you’re not “thinking beyond yourself” in your everyday life, what steps can you take to change your approach to the way you see others?
September 4, 2022
Hill Country Bible Church’s third core value is “Celebrating Life Change.” Everything Jesus touched, He transformed, and that’s worth celebrating. However, if we’re not careful, religious entitlement can keep us for celebrating life change in others. This entitlement can also be a barrier to both experiencing and sharing God’s love with others.
August 28, 2022
Hill Country Bible Church’s second core value is “Engaging Generations.” To us, this means to promote effective ministry to all seasons of life and still encourage each member of our church family to think past their individual life stage, extend connections, and build bridges with other generations in the church. How are you doing this personally, and how are you being prompted to do something more or different?
August 21, 2022
Hill Country Bible Church’s first core value is “Responding to God’s Word.” How important is this value to you personally? If you think about how you spend your time during a typical week, you’ll be able to gauge how intentionally you’re prioritizing your time based on God’s Word.
August 14, 2022
Our culture pushes us to fill our brief lives with busyness; however, God’s wisdom compels us to live one day at a time. When we live with intentionality, following God’s direction, we pursue contentment, optimize suffering, and extend our legacy. Are you living your life one day at a time?
July 31, 2022
Do you find it difficult to feel God’s goodness when you’re going through a hard time? As we see in the Psalms, we’re commanded to praise and give thanks in all circumstances. One way to make this is a practice is to begin each day by thanking God for three things He has done in your life and to “say so” to encourage others.
July 24, 2022
How does worshipping God through trials, troubles, and terrors develop a bigger view of Him? A big view of God results in a big commitment to God. Considering this, how you can increase your view of who God is in your life, so that He can become a bigger presence.