What is God’s Will For My Life? (By Dan Adams)

“What’s God’s will for my life?” is a question that most of us will ask at some point in our lives. Maybe you’ve asked it a different way, “What do I want to be when I grow up?” or “Is                     the one for me?” We don’t want to wonder or wander through life – we want direction. While the Bible might not spell out your vocation directly, or name your spouse for you, Scripture does make God’s will for our lives clear.
    

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Obtaining Peace in the Midst of Chaos (By Shane Prewitt)

Life presents many different issues that compel us to worry. Add a pandemic to that equation and the stress levels can become unbearable for some.
    
And yet the Bible consistently tells us that we should not worry about the affairs surrounding our lives. One of the classic passages about worry is found in Philippians 4.
   

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Good News is Coming (By Shane Prewitt)

If you have been joining us for our new series Optimism in a Pessimistic World, you may be at the point where you are beginning to wonder, “So where is the optimism of this series?”
    
And that would be a reasonable question to ask if you are new to the book of Romans. The book of Romans can be divided into five major sections, the first being a heavy concentration on condemnation.
    

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Family Summer Shake-Up Recap (By Pam Scott)

Who would have thought just a couple of years ago, when we began the new outreach ministry of Kids Summer Shake Up, that the name couldn’t have been more appropriate for what we have been facing these days? This summer, because of COVID-19, we went back to the drawing board and made it into Family Summer Shake-Up: Home Edition.
    

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