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December 22, 2021
Christmas is more than the seasonal festivities that surround us. It’s a time to pause and reflect on what truly matters — the birth of Jesus. As you celebrate Christmas, remember the reason that we can have true hope in the world is because of the birth of our Savior.
December 19, 2021
Jesus’ first coming brought us the peace we desperately need: peace with God. And Jesus’ second coming will bring the peace we desperately want: peace on earth. As you consider the peace that comes from Jesus, how can you keep Him the center of your focus this Christmas?
November 14, 2021
When you think about standing face-to-face with God and having a life review, what thoughts and feelings come to mind? Whatever your immediate response, it’s likely fair to say that none of us want to stand before Him and learn that we had lived a life of conflict against His will for our life. With this is mind, it’s important to keep the coming kingdom of Jesus in focus and continue to radically purse God’s will for you.
November 7, 2021
Why do you think Jesus is waiting so long to return? And do you feel like you’re living in the moment or for that moment (Jesus’ return)? As we live here on earth, it’s important for us to continue to balance our future hope of Jesus’ coming and our current priorities.
October 31, 2021
Do you sense an antagonism with the culture toward Christianity and objective truth? As a Christ-follower today, it’s important to tell and live the truth. And while this might be met with some resistance or pushback, it’s necessary that you do so for God, your soul, and the world.
October 24, 2021
Our postmodern culture often revolves around possessions, power, and purpose, all of which can be interpreted in a way that can be hostile to our faith. One way to combat this hostility is to shift our thinking to be biblically centered, finish-line oriented, and evangelistically focused.