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We want our lives to matter, and we desperately try to prove to others that they do matter. We want to be seen as important, but seeking importance actually takes us further away from true greatness. This week, we explore the liberating truth that we are not that important, and why that’s actually good news.
It’s not a stretch to say that we are currently living at the most comfortable time in history, but at what cost? This instant society has a shadow side. How do we ever achieve greatness or even know what greatness looks like if everything is easy?
We are afraid of not having enough — enough for today, for tomorrow, for retirement, for our children. Yet the surprising truth is that we actually have more when we’re generous. Generosity brings joy not just the recipient, but to the giver as well.
Suffering is inevitable, but the way we respond can determine whether we increase suffering or lessen it—both for ourselves and others. When we choose compassion, we can transform suffering and experience joy in the midst of it.
Did you know that gratitude can improve not only your happiness, but also your resilience, relationships, and health? We were made for gratitude, and we thrive when we practice it.
Our country, our community, our families, and especially our children have a loneliness problem. There is only one way to escape the loneliness trap, and that is forgiveness. When forgiveness stops, community stops, but when forgiveness thrives, community thrives.
Acceptance is not defeat or resignation. Rather, acceptance is seeing the sober truth of your situation, offering it to God, and working together with God and others for the transformation of your world and the world as a whole.


May 8, 2022
A sense of humor can help us all get through troubled times, and this especially true in motherhood. Celebrate Mother’s Day and hear how a supportive community can help us laugh and even thrive through adversity.


May 1, 2022
If we want to find joy, thinking too much about our own happiness can actually be counterproductive. Instead, we need to think of ourselves less—to practice humility.


April 24, 2022
One of the hallmarks of Jesus’ life is joy, and by following his teachings and example, we can experience more joy in our lives. In this series, we’ll learn how to find, keep, and share joy in troubled times, and it all starts with perspective.
Christ is risen! He is risen indeed! Today we celebrate the resurrection of Jesus, and we remember that Easter means the worst thing is never the last thing.
In the Lord's Prayer, Jesus teaches us not just how to pray, but how to live a full and faithful life. This week we conclude the series with, "For Thine is the kingdom, and the power, and the glory forever. Amen."
Why did Jesus teach his disciples to pray, "Lead us not into temptation?" Does God lead us into temptation? In week five of The Lord's Prayer series, we look at temptation and how we can keep it from wrecking our lives.
It’s hard to forgive someone who has hurt us, but holding onto past hurts can actually hurt us more: unforgiveness is linked to heart disease, high blood pressure, stress, and poor mental health. Learning to forgive can set both parties free, and Jesus shows us how.
"Our daily bread" is about much more than just our need for food, and it's about much more than our individual needs. When we pray this prayer, we are asking God to provide for us and use us to meet the world's deepest needs.

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