2020 has been a hard year for many of us. Molly Holloway reminds us that we are called to give thanks in all circumstances, and that if wee look we can always find reasons to be thankful.
Pastor Keith Butler offers today’s devotion: Happy Friday in a world filled with chaos sometimes we just need to smile
Our world and our nation seem to be in a state of perpetual conflict. If you find yourself almost at your limit and you need something stronger than a Calgon bath; then why not take six minutes out of your life today to remember a) a time when peace did come to earth (if only...
Like Gideon (Judges 6), we can feel like we are unworthy and unqualified to do what God has called us to do. Linda Barnes encourages us to remember that God knows the truth about who we are, even when we can’t see it ourselves.
We live in a culture that pushes us to be like everyone else. Pastor Keith Butler reminds us that each of us is unique, and encourages us to celebrate the way God made us.
In just a few short weeks America will be choosing their next round of leaders, and as everyone knows our country is angry and divided. If you sometimes feel your blood pressure rising in ways that go beyond medical science’s ability to control, then why not invest 10 minutes of your life on this little...
2020 is the year that has turned all our lives upside down. Pastor Keith Butler reminds us that God is greater than the things that pull us down or turn us upside down.
For our devotion this morning, we invite you to listen this song that we’ll be singing for the first time at the 11:15 service on Sunday, “The Goodness of God”. No matter what we are going through, or what is going on in the world around us, we can still proclaim that God is good.
Whether the issues on your heart are big or small, God wants to hear about it. Speaker: Dorinda Amissah
Pastor Keith Butler offers thoughts on the season of fall, and reminds us that sometimes we have to let things go to protect ourselves or to experience something new to which God is calling us.