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  • By Eli Bayless My two-year-old son has a lot of growing up to do. Let’s just say he hasn’t exactly got things figured out yet. He is still under the impression that if he would like something from his mom or me that the best way to

  • By Clarissa Ghere Whether we want to admit it or not, some form of glory is in the middle of everything we do or pursue: our glory or God’s glory. Either way, you are pursuing some type of glory. I was recently reading in a devotional by

  • By Mark Posson In Acts 8, we read about an encounter that took place with an Ethiopian official who was returning home from Jerusalem and reading through the book of Isaiah. Prompted by the Holy Spirit, Philip joined him on the chariot and asked

  • By Jerrod Byrne Do you ever notice how the definition of a word can literally be changed, simply by how we use it in a sentence? Think about it. Let’s take the word, “sick” for example. Now, according to Merriam Webster Dictionary, the

  • By Kurt Schneider For over two millennia, the Church has “done” communion. But why do we do it? What does it even mean?  These are good questions, important questions. And they need correct answers. For some people, communion is truly a part of

  • By Ryan Samaniego “God sends no one away empty except those who are full of themselves.” – D.L. Moody If we want to be filled with the love of God, there must be a removal of self. This leaves the room we need for God to pour his love into us.

  • By Aaron Baker And when you pray, do not heap up empty phrases as the Gentiles do, for they think that they will be heard for their many words. Do not be like them, for your Father knows what you need before you ask him.  Pray then like this:

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