Sunday, Jan 24, 2021

Team Huddle

Your Politics Can’t Save You, But God Can

What can politicians or your favorite political party do for you that God cannot? Every election season, remember in whom your hope and trust lie.

Spiritual Surgery: 4 Ways to Cooperate with God

The Great Physician will see us now! Here are 4 ways to prepare for spiritual surgery and trust God through the process.

Where is Your Trust? 3 Confirmations of Your Trust in God

Do we really trust God like we say we do? Here are three confirmations of our trust and reliance on God, especially in difficult times.

Growing From “I Got This, God” to “Jesus, Take the Wheel!”

When your head says, "I got this, God!" but the Spirit is telling you to trust God more, what do you do? Trust God above your confidence.

The Valley of Faith, Not Fear

Those low seasons in life don't have to be filled with fear - they can actually fuel our faith. The valley of faith is filled with moments of God's grace.

Spiritual Espionage: How to Tell if You’re an Asset of the Almighty or the Accuser

Are you an unwitting asset of the enemy? Is the enemy your handler? Here's how to tell.

4 Big Lessons We Can Learn From Little Children

If we pay close attention, there are many lessons we can learn from little children. Here are four lessons that could change your life.

Team Jesus: Get Off the Sidelines and Get in the Game!

Every player on Team Jesus is called to get in the game and contend for the faith. Are you still sitting on the sidelines?

Better Than Goodyear: How to Handle Life’s Slow Leaks and Blowouts

Life's slow leaks or complete blowouts happen without warning and disrupt our peace and emotions. But we always have a present help in God.

Giving Back: Are You a Cheerful Giver?

It's better to give than receive - do we really believe that? Do you enjoy giving back as much as receiving? Let Jesus' example be your guide.
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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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