Have you been waiting for something to happen that will "validate" that you're finally working toward your destiny or calling? Pastor Dele shares that the first step toward something greater is actually on you. If you have a glimpse of something greater ahead, you need to make an extravagant exchange to get where God is calling you to go. There's no way around it, but God will be with you through that entire journey.

Have you ever heard the phrase "I'll rest when i'm dead?" Well, it sounds good, until you start living that way. Without rest, we can't grow and we can't see the world change the way we want it to. We challenge you this week to consider that "God thought so highly of rest, he created a space in time for Himself and he called it the Sabbath."
Dele Okuwobi
“Any race you run in, especially for your faith journey... the secret to winning is first deciding, ‘i’m going to run this race and I’m going to run it with everything I’ve got."
Ashley Edelen
When we think about injustice, it involves the oppressed and the oppressor; interestingly enough, both people are loved by God and created with glory and honor. How do we both confront the indignity of injustice while preserving the dignity that God created in the human being that we're confronting? In this week's devotional, Pastoral resident Ashley Edelen helps us understand the depths of dignity. Offering dignity to the oppressor and preserving the oppressed's dignity is hard to hear and live out. (Don't miss this week's word study on Friday; it will give you great insight into the depth and completeness of the Hebrew word righteous).
pastor dele Okuwobi

It's easy to find safety in a "just me and God" or even "just me and a few friends" mindsets. What would richness in relationships look like if we leaned into the "more" of relationships with the people God has placed in our path?

Dle Okuwobi

God calls us to do things for the Kingdom and oftentimes, we aren’t ready in the space that we are at the moment to carry it out. In this week’s devotional, Pastor Dele Okuwobi dives into why it is so important to lean into the training that God is putting us through to prepare us for the work that we each have been called to.

Dele Okuwobi
Life is not a simple endeavor. It is okay to lean on God when caught in tough times or uncertainty. In this week’s devotional, Pastor Dele Okuwobi shows us that we don’t have to go through those spaces alone; that we can lean into God in those spaces.
Dele Okuwobi
We have to contend for unity in the church, and we will need each other to withstand the difficult path toward it. In this week's devotional, we ask a simple question: Why is unity in the Church so important to God?
Oneya Okuwobi

Welcome to 2021

4 months ago
The ball has barely dropped, and already the events in the church have different corners of the church accusing and denouncing each other. Our unity is well within our grasp, but first, we must do this one thing.
Logan Bray

The truth is, loving God and loving people go hand in hand. And love is what makes experiencing God so unforgettable. If God is a God of action, what does love look like in your next step?

Dele Okuwobi

"The future is forward!" You've heard the phrase a million times. Have you ever thought about the fact that it happens with or without you? What does it take to move forward into all that God has for you? See Less

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