Sunday, Jan 24, 2021

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When Your Heart Needs a Little More Healing Than You Thought

Ever find a hidden pain, offense, or frustration in your heart? Give all of your heart matters over to God. He will heal and restore like new.

The Work of the Church: Serving the King and the Least of These

Does your "church work" include service to others? Here are 5 creative ways to serve the King of kings and the least of these all at the same time.

Little Things Can Lead to Big Success or Big Headaches

Don't let the little things slip. Small choices can be our success or our downfall. Here's why we must watch everything that influences us.

Thanksgiving: A Powerful Weapon of Spiritual Warfare

Thanksgiving is one of our most powerful weapons in spiritual warfare. Give thanks and praise to God and watch Him work.

5 Tips to Overcome Holiday Blues and Walk in Peace & Joy

When the holiday blues try to knock on your door this holiday season, use these 5 tips to keep blues at bay.

Delays on the Road to Destiny and How to Stay Encouraged

Are you facing a roadblock between you and your destiny? Don't let the delay discourage you. God always has a plan to get you where you need to be.

How to Trust God with Your Future

We may not know what the future holds, but we can trust the One who holds the future in His loving hands.

High-Functioning Christians: 5 Ways to Tell if You’re Free Indeed or Not

Are you free indeed in Christ or a high-functioning Christian? Here are 5 signs that you're settling for less than God's best in your life.

Does Your ‘Good Fight of Faith’ Land Blows or Beat the Air? Here are 3 Ways to Tell.

Are you landing good blows in your good fight of faith, or just beating the air? Here's how the real contenders for the faith fight.

Pardon the Mess Before Progress: You Must Keep Moving Forward

Progress takes time and every baby step counts. Here's why you must keep your eyes on becoming who God created you to be.
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When God Asks You to Pray for Difficult People

As followers of Christ, we are called to pray for our enemies and difficult people. What does a prayer for an enemy look like? Let's see.
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