Christian Thanksgiving Grows on a Trinitarian Trellis

Christian Thanksgiving Grows on a Trinitarian Trellis

Nov 11, 2020 |

Written by: Brooks Potteiger As we reach the final stretch of the most peculiar of years, many are coming to terms with another hard realization. Thanksgiving–like most things this year–will be different and for some, painfully so.   Some dining rooms will be sparser because the risk of COVID travel outweighed the reward. Other seats will be ...

Giving Thanks

Showing gratitude and thankfulness to God is not only done in words, but also in actions. Here are three ways to show thankfulness...

Unchanging Nature of God in a Changing World

The Unchanging Nature of God in a Changing World

At times, we can't see what God is doing in the moment, but we must trust in His eternal faithfulness in all situations...

I AM in the Storm

I AM in the Storm With You by Max Lucado

Sep 9, 2020 |

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Resurrection People in the Day of Chaos

Resurrection People in the Day of Chaos

Apr 4, 2020 | |Philip Nation

On the strangest of Easter Sundays, we must remember that we have a hope far greater than anything this world can give to us. We are Resurrection people....

How to Find Peace in Life’s Storms

No matter what storms are currently raging in your life, the Bible offers hope and peace in the midst of the chaos of our worldly problems. ...

8 Bible Verses to Ease Your Anxiety

When life feels stressful, these favorite Bible verses will help you find comfort and assurance you need to ease your anxious spirit....

Somewhere Between Yesterday’s Tragedy and Tomorrow’s Triumph

Your Encouraging Word fromMax Lucado’s Encouraging Word Bible, NIV How far can we go with verses like this one: “And we know that in all things God works for the good of those who love him, who have been called according to his purpose.” (Rom. 8:28)? Does “all things” include tumors and tests and tempers and terminations? John ...

A Deeper Dive Into Jeremiah 29:11

Jeremiah 29:11—with its references to God’s plans, prosperity, protection from harm, peace, and a future filled with hope—is often offered as a spiritual “security blanket” to people who are struggling. The verse has inspired and comforted countless believers who interpret it to mean that if they endure their immediate circumstances, they will emerge victorious, triumphant, ...

F18 Jet Airplane Tammie Jo Shults

Nerves of Steel: 6 Questions with Tammie Jo Shults

When young Tammie Jo Bonnell first watched fighter jets race across the New Mexico skyline, she felt the desire to become a pilot but little did she know God was inviting her on a journey that would inspire countless of people through her commit to faith, courage, and family. Today Captain Tammie Jo Shults is a retired navel pilot, known for being one of the first female fighter pilots in US Navy history, and the storied captain of Southwest Airlines Flight 1380, which she safely landed after the aircraft suffered a major engine failure and rapid decompression....