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Spiritual Formation

Articles about personal growth, spiritual disciplines, Bible study, prayer, and related topics.

The Best Is Yet To Come

What Is This All About?

By Devotional, Spiritual Formation2 Comments

DAY 1

Over the course of the next 21 days, we will journey together through stories of life change, personal encouragement, and action steps to share with our community the Gospel—the good news of Jesus and his resurrection that allows us to have a new life. Every Saturday during this emphasis is “community day,” and our entire church will be wearing their “The Best is Yet To Come” (TBIYTC) shirts and handing out invites in the community. But for today, take some time and write down a few notes of how Jesus has changed your life. Here is a guide for your thoughts… Read More

It's Complicated

It’s Complicated…A Few More Answers to Your Questions

By Relationships, Spiritual Formation2 Comments

As I look back over the last month and reflect on our recently-completed series at Relevant, It’s Complicated, I realize that while we answered a lot of questions about relationships, singleness, and sexuality, there are other important related topics that we just did not have time to cover. Following are links that may help you navigate some of the questions we did not have time to address during this series: Read More

Today and Every Day

Today and Every Day

By Relationships, Spiritual FormationNo Comments
Five years ago I walked down the aisle with my arm inside my brother’s, stood next to my sisters, and was given away to Tim by five precious men.

I stood there in white, and made a promise in red.

I promised that I would be patient and kind, that I would bear all things, always trust, always hope, always persevere.

I promised that I would stay for better or for worse.

Until death. Read More

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