Articles Tagged 'Devotion'

ToGather: How Do I Keep My Sinful Flesh in Check? (May 24, 2020)

Those of us who have followed Jesus for any significant length of time know that keeping our sinful flesh in check is a challenge.

Phil Ware and Demetrius Collins invite us to worship God and keep our sinful nature, our flesh, in the past and nailed to the cross and lead us in worship through this practical home worship guide.

ToGather: Resurrection Sunday!

Today is Resurrection Sunday for many Christians around the world, and it is a reminder that Jesus is alive and we can have a genuine relationship with Him, everyday!

Phil Ware and Demetrius Collins have put together a worship experience for folks who cannot make it to a church assembly or whom are uncomfortable with church worship in a building.

Teach Us to Pray #1: Devotion

When Luke summarized the heart of the early church, he chose to highlight one particular word —

Phil Ware continues his series on prayer this week, focused on the early church's devotion to prayer that they learned from Jesus.

To Fret or to Leave in God's Hands?

Why do we fret over our artistic expressions?

Lisa Mikitarian reminds us of our need to honor God with the things he has called and gifted us to do regardless of how they are used or appreciated by others.

Alms and the Red Kettle

Doesn't my gift count?

Cathy Messecar confesses her struggle to make giving something that honors God and not herself and she talks about the Salvation Army Red Kettle Drive.

Moving Things Around

Have you adjusted your schedule to reflect your priorities?

Mike Barres reminds us to move things around in our schedules to fit our priorities.

When I Get Big ...

What do you want your son be when you grow up?

Let's teach our sons to be fathers!

Take off the Fireman's Hat!

What's the big rush, anyway?

Paul Faulkner reminds us that being in such a rush in life is not the way God intended us to live and not the way Jesus lived, so we ought to slow down, spend time with the Father, and be refreshed.

How People Will Remember You

What counts most in the life you live today?

Gerald Ford was not flashy or spectacular, but he was kind, honest, decent, and dependable as a president and a husband and that is how he will be remembered.

The Forgotten Fuel

When's the last time you had a great rest?

We must guard and protect our sacred space, our time alone with God.

Wait on the Lord!

How long would you wait?

Waiting on the Lord is not easy, but in Psalm 27, we can find the basis of doing that waiting.

Pickles and Mustard?

What kind of spiritual food are you eating?

While pigging out on junk food may be bad, spiritual fast food and junk is worse!