Remember His Words
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Remember His Words

Written by Dorian Watson, M.A. “And they remembered his words.” Luke 24:8 ESV Our modern American lives can have us running around at a mind-numbing pace. Constantly jumping from one appointment to the next, meeting work demands, taking care of our families, and trying to maintain relationships with our friends can leave us worn out...

Greater Fruits
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Greater Fruits

By Andrew Moroz, Teaching and Outreach Pastor “Jesus replied to them… ‘Truly I tell you, unless a grain of wheat falls to the ground and dies, it remains by itself. But if it dies, it produces much fruit. The one who loves his life will lose it,and the one who hates his life in this...

Divine Nature
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Divine Nature

Written by Becca Bogardus, GCR Communications Director As we study God’s Word, we see the Lord’s ultimate authority and power interlaced throughout Scripture. The Lord is sovereign, all-powerful, transcendent, omniscient, and so much more. A.W. Tozer writes in his book, Knowledge of the Holy, “God is said to be absolutely free because no one and...

Joy
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Joy

Written by Juan Dugan, D.Min. – Worship Leader Joy is a tricky thing. We often hear it described as happiness or a positive outlook, but for anyone who has ever felt joyous, we know it’s more than that. There is that mysterious something contained within joy that makes it so difficult to accept when it...

Peace
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Peace

By Jennifer Redmond, M.Ed. In the protestant tradition, the focus of Advent is most often on the arrival of Jesus—Emanuel, God with us. But one season, that focus dramatically shifted for me. Five years ago, I was 8 months pregnant at Christmas; in a few short weeks I would become a mother. Many days I...