from John 1:1-18
Do you ever stop to think of the power of your words? Words have the power to create, and they have the power to destroy. Words have the power to uplift and they have the power to tear down, to heal and to wound…
As we begin our “Summer Reading” series through the Gospel of John, we are invited to encounter the power of One Word in particular…the fullness of the wisdom, and knowledge, and purpose, and creativity of God wrapped up in the flesh…Jesus.
What does it mean that this Word was spoken into the darkness? What does it mean that this Word is spoken into YOUR darkness?
from Luke 1:26-56
How do you navigate the unexpected interruptions that come in life? The phone calls, the turn of events, the changes that sometimes come without any warning? Do you just get through them, try to survive until you get to the other side?
What if it were possible to navigate those unexpected interruptions and challenges faithfully rather than just trying to get through them? What if God could change your worry into willingness or your pain into possibility?
w/ Vern Collins
from Matthew 4:1-4 and 2 Timothy 3:10-17
You know the saying, “You are what you eat.” The idea being, what you eat affects your health and your life in general.
In Jesus’ temptation to turn stones to bread, He responds by saying that it is not bread alone that we need to survive…rather it is God’s Word that truly sustains us and gives us life…the question is, are we consuming God’s Word the way Jesus suggests?
Imagine what might change in your life if God’s voice began to overpower the voices that tend to vie for your attention…
w/ Vern Collins