Let's worship today, praising God and asking for the help of the Holy Spirit as we seek to respond to people as Jesus did!
Demetrius Collins and Phil Ware lead us in online, virtual worship through words and music using YouTube videos to help us understand how to give fitting replies to others in different conversation contexts.
I acknowledge that my complaints prevent me from doing the good that God placed me here to do.
Tom Norvell catches himself complaining about the things he tired of in TV, in others, and in himself, and then reminds himself he is accomplishing nothing and needs to be doing good and not growing weary.
Ed saw a need to check on and connect with folks who have been absent, so he started doing it.
Demetrius Collins and Phil Ware lead us in a virtual, DIY, worship through words and music using YouTube videos to call us to encourage and build up each other and learn to live out our own version of Ed-ness.
Can we really pursue obedience and have a deep passion for holiness and still welcome people who practice their faith differently than we do?
Demetrius Collins and Phil Ware lead us in a virtual, DIY, worship through words and music using YouTube videos to call us to recognize God's greatness and to living a life of holiness that refuses to judge others in Christ over non-essential practices.
We will exchange our mortal bodies for immortal bodies that are made for eternal glory!
Demetrius Collins and Phil Ware lead us in a virtual, DIY, worship through words and music using YouTube videos to glorify God as we remember the encouraging future and forever-change we have in Jesus at his return in glory.
I wish I could have hugged the girl on the elevator.
Teresa Bell Kindred shares an emotional story from her experience caring for her husband in his two-plus month battle with COVID-19 and invites us to pray God's blessing into the life of an unknown young wife whose husband is in ICU.
How can we say these things and really mean them when trying to help those who hurt?
Phil Ware writes about Romans 8:22-29, the bondage to decay that our world faces, our own troubles and hardships, and slogans that we often use and abuse to try to encourage people who are grieving, wounded, or hurt.