Spiritual Growth

Experience spiritual growth by focusing on a truth from God’s Word.  You will learn tools that help you navigate through life’s struggles.

Patience and Perseverance

Last week we turned our thoughts to cultivating patience. I noticed while doing my reading, that different versions of the Bible interchanged the words patience and perseverance.  The more I thought about it, the more convinced I became that there is a difference in how we apply these terms to our Christian walk.  So patience vs …

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Spirit of Pride

If we are completely honest, we have all felt prideful. It’s not a topic that’s talked about much, but increasing our awareness of prideful ways keeps it from sneaking into our lives. But is pride always a sin? Where does pride come from? What is pride? The Bible has a lot to say about the …

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Restoration by God

Restoration has been on my mind of late. My son and daughter-in-law lost their home to a fire this past spring, and it is only now, 4 months later, that restoration has begun. We have seen God’s hand in all the details of this crushing situation, but it still has not been easy. Maybe you …

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A Servant Heart

Last week we looked at the meaning of the Parable of the Talents. When the resourceful servants of the parable serve their master well, he replies, “Well done, good and faithful servant.” Who wouldn’t want to hear this greeting when we meet our Master face-to-face? Having a servant heart doesn’t just happen. How do you …

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Why Do We Worry?

Why do we worry? Because stress and worry are inevitable. Some days it’s the little things, other days it’s a mountain of little things. Sometimes it’s big things. Luckily, our bodies are made to deal with stress. When needed, our “fight or flight” response kicks in and gives us the physical responses we need in …

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What Does It Mean to “Be the Church”?

One of the big changes with the “stay at home” order has been the canceled church services. Without church buildings, there have been many calls to “be the church.” I wanted to explore what that means and what it looks like.

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