Sometimes when we talk with people who are interested in volunteering at Life.Church Online, we notice something. They tell us that they love our mission, that they’re passionate about sharing God’s love, and that they have a heart to serve…but we can sense that there’s an unanswered question in the back of their minds:
This week, I’m celebrating my four-year anniversary of joining the Life.Church Online staff. What an amazing, wild, unforgettable journey it’s been! It’s a true honor to serve, grow, and lead in a church that’s laser-focused on leading people to become fully devoted followers of Christ. I thank God every day that I get to do this.
My daughter started 4th grade a few weeks ago. At the start of every school year, I think about what she’ll experience in this new chapter of her young life. She’ll meet new people, learn from new teachers, and encounter new challenges. I also think about what I need to pray for her every day. There’s a wide variety, but they come down to three things I ask God to help her do.
“What is a freedom date?” I can guarantee that question probably does not come up in regular conversation. When is the last time you asked your friend over coffee, “Hey, when is your debt freedom date, again?” Maybe it’s a question we need to ask more often.
Yesterday, I shared a little common myth between the idea of good debt vs. bad debt and in reality how all debt is just debt. Today, I want to share with you why it’s important to get out of debt.
We all have those nights we can’t sleep, so naturally, we grab our smartphones and start scrolling. Endless streams of puppy videos, celebrity tweets, and hilarious memes compete for our attention. But what if we could make our time on social media matter?
Have you ever become so busy in life that you realize you’re drifting through your days? I sure have. While it’s helpful to recognize we need to make a change, sometimes we don’t know where to start. Here are a few practical tips you can try to have more meaningful interactions with people in your life.
“When you have integrity, that’s all that matters. And when you don’t have integrity, that’s all that matters.”
All leaders occassionally feel insecure. In this podcast, Pastor Craig will teach you how to lay down the person you think you are and understand the leader God has created you to be.