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Do You Have Room for Compassion?

How are you? How are you really doing? How would you respond if a friend or coworker interrupted your day and asked you for a ride to the airport or help with their kids? Would you help? Personally, I...
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A Look Back through the Storm

Can Jesus turn our storms into stories? During the frenetic weather of a storm, it's hard to imagine that He can, but time can give us perspective—clearer eyes to see all the places He showed up in...
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What if God Doesn’t Answer?

When we follow Jesus or are exploring faith, there’s a common practice people point to as a way to connect with God: prayer. There are different types of prayer—adoration, confession, petition,...
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Do You Know Where Your Temptation Lies?

Temptation is all around us. It's the thing begging for our attention now that has the potential to keep us from what we want most. It's the daily decisions and wrestling matches in our brains that...
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A Daily Communion

While the ritual of eating the bread and the wine allows us to pause and remember together, we can experience a daily connection with God through the same rhythms. Take some time today to commune with...
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Our World is Breaking—Can Giving Help?

The brokenness and pain in our world can be overwhelming. If you’re attuned to it, the wars, violence, poverty, racism, addiction, mental illness, division, and sin can slow you to a halt, unsure of...
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Are You Content in Debt?

We’ve explored how we can worship money or use it for worship. We can’t serve both God and money, so how do we break free from the cycle of spending and debt?
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The Power and Potential Depends on our Devotion

Our culture screams “get what you can.” The ads are targeted to us, strangely tied to the conversation we just had about the thing we “need.” The influences tell us what to buy, demonstrating...
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Your Treasure Follows Your Heart

How does money and all that comes with it—spending, saving, debt, budgeting—gives us a glimpse into the state of our hearts? Jesus shows us, it’s about more than money.