What to do when you feel that God does has forgotten you.
The story of Hagar reminds us that God cares, God sees, and God hears. Pastor Oneya unpacks two relevant themes from the remarkable story about the God who sees. Story Source- Old Testament Bible, Genesis 16:13-14.
I’m tired of “them” should I cut “them” off?
The language used in Matthew 18:17 is less harsh than we initially assume since Jesus (and his community) is accused of befriending the “undesirables” like tax collectors and Gentiles. Held in tension with 1Corinthians 5, we’re glad to know God is concerned with reconciliation.
What is communion?
What makes a space sacred?
What if we could find God's presence wherever we are? In this week's devotional, pastoral resident Rae Harris talks about sacred spaces and how they rarely look how we think they should. Because the reality is, accessing God's presence in everyday things may be easier than we think.
Be brave enough to rest
Change begins with an exchange
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.
Can I trust God’s leading is good?
Proverbs 3:5 is a famous passage in the Christian bible that teaches us to trust in God's leading but the question that often comes up is–– Can I really trust that God's path is good. The reality is, following the Lord isn't always as simple as a straight path. But as we follow, we know that we can trust that his way is good. Learn what it means for the Lord to guide your paths.