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Updated December 2019
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In this teaching Cody shares on how she has learned that keeping your "hands to the plow" is something completely different than mowing the lawn. When we picture ourselves mowing the grass, we are leveling the ground in front of us in order for it to be well-manicured and manageable. It’s really hard to stop comparing manicured lawns. But a plo ...…
 
Knowing that the same power that raised Jesus from the dead is available to us, is not only good news, but it has the potential to change our entire lives. Corlischa shares about how our reality in front of us has the potential to push us to a posture of praise where we will encounter Eternal Hope; a heart posture of praise flows from our faith ...…
 
You know that feeling when you realize that the television show you are watching does not have enough minutes left in it to wrap up all of the loose ends? Are you familiar with that moment when you know, for certain, that at the end of this forty-two minutes of plot, you are going to be dragged into the next episode as well? That’s where we fin ...…
 
In this lesson, we consider the role of the Spirit in the life of the Church, and the role of the Church in the plans of God.By Cody Andras
 
In Ted Dekker’s novel A.D. 30, he writes of an ancient, non-Jewish woman who had a significant encounter with Jesus. After that encounter, though, she finds herself alone and afraid: "I tried to hold onto my surreal encounter with Jesus in Capernaum. But His power was not with me in my cell. And though I tried to follow His teaching to release ...…
 
One of my friends once jokingly pointed out that I’m not really a “hugger”—I’m more of a “sidler.” What she meant was that I will sidle up close to the people I love and wait for them to hug me. It’s true. I do that. I really love to be hugged. I don’t know what it says about me that I’m not the initiator of more hugs, but the point here is tha ...…
 
Disappointment never cuts as sharply as when it is preceded by the thrill of hope. The engagement ring returned. The positive pregnancy test mocked by the lack of heartbeat. The promising interview with no follow-up phone call. The cancelled visit of family. The anticipation of a trip not taken. The innocent hope of what you now know will never ...…
 
We are a culture obsessed with “the new.” We’ve hardly begun one thing before we move on to the next. We can be stubborn in our refusal to do the tested and tried—desiring instead to find our own new way of doing things, to blaze our own trails and chart our own course. It’s exhausting. (And it doesn’t actually work that well.) But in this case ...…
 
“I wish I could help you,” is perhaps the most frustrating of sympathies. I know people are often genuine when they say it. But somehow highlighting the fact that they cannot only makes me feel more alone in my struggle. Like, it’s nice that you want to help me, but please either figure out how to or do not draw attention to the fact that you c ...…
 
I approach this lesson with a holy reverence because this is the way I knew Him first—as the newborn son of Mary wrapped in swaddling clothes and laying in a manger. I fell in love with Baby Jesus long before I knew His significance. I think I was two when my mom and grandmother took me to the Nutcracker, where I very loudly inquired, “Where is ...…
 
With the coming of Christ, we see God unveiling Himself in a new way. Let’s remind ourselves that God does not change from the Old Testament to the New Testament. Something changes in the New Testament, but it isn’t the heart of God! The heart of the Father has always been to draw His wayward people to Himself. download introduction If you’re l ...…
 
God created us to know Him personally and to live life from this place. We were created to experience Him and this is often cultivated in the unseen and hidden places. In this week’s episode, Aubrey Ruiz shares about her walk with Jesus and how she has learned to make room in her life for the unseen places with Jesus. This is the place where sh ...…
 
In this week’s episode, Angie shares about the gift of walking confidently and free in her unique lane. Knowing that the eyes of her Lord not only see her, but that He delights in her and knows the details of her life, enables her to find joy and contentment in the hidden places that often are unseen by the human eye.…
 
Birds sing on a beautiful day but they also sing in the midst of a storm. Tiffany Melton shares from this example on how she has learned the power of praise in moments where fear wanted to paralyze her. Tiffany has encountered the Eternal God and has learned that one cannot reason fear away, but you can renounce it. Through her journey with Jes ...…
 
Waiting is part of every season and every day. Having to wait for breakthrough, an answer to prayer or waiting for a season to pass have the potential to cultivate an endurance and an honesty in our relationships with Jesus. Erin Woods shares how this honesty with the Lord has caused her to walk in deeper intimacy, steadiness and joy in her rel ...…
 
Waiting is part of every season and every day, but when we are waiting on big things - life altering situations - we are tempted to wonder if God is really at work. Does He hear? Does He see? How do we manage not to lose heart when we don’t see any movement? In this week’s episode Corey Gregg shares how she has learned that waiting is not passi ...…
 
Playing hide and seek as a toddler or coming up with the best hiding places is one thing, but applying the game to our lives as adults will cause us to miss out on the freedom that Christ wants to offer to us. In this week’s episode Natalie Mott shares on how Jesus has pursuit and found her in her hiding places. It has propelled her to a place ...…
 
We made it! I hope that your time in God’s Scripture has been sweet. I’ve personally gained such an appreciation for God’s plan throughout the ages. Somehow, allowing the Old Testament to lay a foundation for the New Testament has deepened my understanding and my gratitude for all that Christ has done and will do. Jesus Christ shows us the full ...…
 
The faithfulness of God is uncomfortable at times. He sets His hand heavy on areas in our lives that are outside of the fullness that He has for us, and we whine and squirm under the weight of it. When we finally surrender, receiving God’s forgiveness, turning our steps back to Him, we are revived and relieved. Until the whole cycle begins agai ...…
 
On Good Friday a few years ago, I sat on my couch and I mumbled a confession that I didn’t want to make. I didn’t want to confess my sin. I didn’t want to uncover my failure. Over the course of a few weeks, I had given God approximately 15 other options: how about I do this? Or this? Surely this will work? And every time His response came sure ...…
 
Last week, we saw that the Israelites rejected God as their king when they asked for an earthly king in order to be like the surrounding nations. They were seeking a king who could lead them in military exploits and protect them from foreign oppression, but what they failed to realize was that the peace and security they sought would only be fo ...…
 
This week, we’re going to check back in on the lineage of the Seed of Woman, the Son of God. Start your time today by reading Jesus’ genealogy in Matthew 1:1-6. There are lots of names included in those six verses that either are or will become familiar to us. But I want to take a moment to stand beside those that we don’t know, those whose sto ...…
 
I enjoy rules. I appreciate order. I thrive with clear expectations and the ability to meet them. Give me a recipe, and I’ll measure out to the eighth of a teaspoon. I love a deadline. I will read the entire staff handbook. IKEA furniture, with its step-by-step instructions, is my dream. (I also regularly break the speed limit and am not real f ...…
 
Have you ever found yourself being afraid? Afraid of failure, opinions or just taking the next step that is right in front of you to take? Fear has a way of creeping in and it will either cripple us or it will move us into action: either towards the feet of Jesus or propels us into our own "brilliant strategy". And living within this strategy w ...…
 
What do you do when you receive an unexpected phone call that knocks the wind from your sails and leave you facing your greatest fears? Tiffany shares from her experience as she was faced with the impossible, but instead of being paralyzed by fear, she was propelled to praise. And through this, she discovered the power of her secret weapon: Pra ...…
 
God’s promise to bless all nations through the seed of Abraham comes to ultimate fulfillment in the Man of Christ. But until the time of Jesus, the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob still purposed to use the people He’d set aside for Himself in order to bring blessing and provision to the surrounding nations. That is what we see Him do in the lif ...…
 
I’ve become increasingly convinced that we have confused faith with the ability to explain. We’ve mistaken trust for understanding. And so when we don’t understand, we think we aren’t trusting. When we can’t explain the reason for something, we worry that we don’t have faith. And it’s crippling us. We are paralyzed, but instead of reaching our ...…
 
Looking at Genesis 4-11, we consider God’s faithfulness to preserve His promise in spite of man’s unfaithfulness.By Cody Andras
 
The book of Genesis opens with all the power and splendor we might expect of the Word of God. Into a dark void, a magnificent God speaks and a world swirls together. Surely nothing could thwart the intention of the Creator. And yet, just a few pages into this hefty, holy Book, we find a creature gone astray. Juice drips from Eve’s lips. Adam po ...…
 
Having a conversation with Cara and Lindsee has been the perfect way to end 2018. As women who are rooted in the Lord, they talk about their favorite Christmas traditions, what has been challenging to keep their relationship with God fresh, but also how they have learned that taking their eyes off of themselves allow them to see what God is doi ...…
 
If you’ve ever found yourself stuck and not knowing how to find Jesus for yourself, this week’s episode with Kallie Bahorich will be a helpful tool as she shares her favorite sweet potato recipe, her love for shopping, but she also talks about how she came to know Jesus for herself. Her own journey with God includes finding different tools that ...…
 
As we are ending the series where we explored what healthy parenting alongside technology looks like, Elliott Donnelly shares from his expertise by equipping parents to be more confident in safeguarding their home and keeping their own engagement with technology healthy and in check. This episode will help you navigate through (often) tricky to ...…
 
The early years of Motherhood can often be described as surviving or juggling all the different components of family life, but Jessica Gobble shares how she has learned that this season, as well as every other season in our lives, is exactly where God has planted you to influence those who God has entrusted to you in Jesus’ name.…
 
In a generation that is constantly connected and bombarded with virtual relationships, Robyn Whipple shares how she continuously nurture her relationship with her kids and teach them to know that God's boundaries are not restrictive, but it's beautiful and holy. She shares on how intentionality is necessary as she sets the atmosphere in her home.…
 
Robbie & Liz Seay serve the church of Jesus Christ in many different roles. They love, lead and shepherd God’s people, but in this week’s episode they share on how they have discovered the gift of God’s grace in their home and on their journey as parents. Knowing the direction of where they want to steer and direct their family has created holy ...…
 
Of this I am sure, if God allows old wounds to resurface, it is always for the purpose of restoring us. Ours is a Father who is relentless in His pursuit of His daughters' wholeness. He wants hearts wholly devoted to Him. He also wants those hearts to be truly whole. May we have the courage required to allow Him to do the work of restoration in ...…
 
Melissa and Corlischa are introducing the next series that you can follow on Everyday Conversations and the Everyday Sacred Blog. Join us to learn about the importance of having healthy conversations about using technology as an effective tool to flourish as parents in the 21st century.By Corlischa Badenhorst | Melissa Money
 
In Ruth chapter 4, we watch Boaz move to redeem Ruth. In this lesson, we take a pause from Ruth’s story to consider our own redemption at the hand of Christ. We have a Redeemer who considered the cost and moved to redeem—not only our circumstances but our very lives! He’s already secured the redemption we most deeply needed. And we’re offered s ...…
 
Rest. We think of it as mindless. Something to do when everything else is done. But rest (that position of vulnerable trust in another to do the working) is foundational in our relationship with the God who has, thus far, proven Himself so trustworthy. Sometimes we fall at Jesus’ feet—something knocks us over, and we land there before we have a ...…
 
This week we talked about the relief that we so often find as we return from our wandering. Ironically, it’s not always in the form of the answers we thought we needed. Relief often comes with the realization that God hasn’t forgotten us, that we’re not in this alone, that we are indeed seen and known and loved. In the words of Naomi, “God hasn ...…
 
This week we talked about the wanderer’s return trip to the home of the Father. While we may expect the return to take as long as the wandering, for a 5-year wander to merit a 5-year return, or that we have to clean ourselves up and work ourselves back to a place where we’re somehow worthy of the return. But that is not the gospel. That is not ...…
 
In this week of Bible study, we’ll talk about our propensity to wander. Like Naomi and her family wandered away from the land of God’s promised provision, we tend to wander not from God Himself (who has promised never to leave or forsake us) but from that place where we get to enjoy His presence. Most wandering doesn’t start with all-out rebell ...…
 
In this Introduction to Bible study and book of Ruth, we set the historical context of the book. The story of Ruth, Naomi and their families occurred during “the time when the Judges ruled Israel” (Ruth 1:1). We explore a brief history of Israel to that point and discuss the importance of the Promised Land. So often, when we understand the broa ...…
 
Lauren Brod shares how she has learned to walk honestly with God and find her safe place with and in Him. She talks about how she has experienced these "middle places" cultivating a tenacious faith in her that can complain to God without letting go because she knows where her anchor is and she knows the One that anchors her.…
 
?In this week's episode Ann Caballero talks about her favorite holiday and the type of candy that goes with that. She also shares about how middle places are often found in the transition from one thing to the next, but it is so much more than only a place we need to pass through. The journey through these "in-between" places cultivates perseve ...…
 
In this week's podcast Vicky Duck shares how the Lord has led them to Bayou City Fellowship and what it is about the church family that struck her most. She also talks about how she has encountered Jesus in the "middle-seasons" and how that has equipped her for the next seasons. By the grace of the Lord she has outlived different medical diagno ...…
 
In this week's podcast Rebekah McKinney talks about her favorite meal to share with people, her love for swimming pools during the Houston Summer and she opens up about what God has taught her about the significance of "middle places". Most of life happens in these "in-between places." Life is not wasted in the waiting, it's an opportunity to f ...…
 
In this week's episode, Cassi Odom shares about her favorite summer hobby, where her love for Jesus and expanding his kingdom come from, and how abiding is not a place to strive for, but a dwelling place in Jesus. As a wife, mom, and full-time pastor she has learned that guarding this place in Jesus is not only important, but it is the very ess ...…
 
In this week's episode Amy Murrell shares about a recent season where she had to realize that knowing God's character is not a position to work towards, but a starting point in finding eternal hope in any trial or triumph. The foundation of God's character became the very place where her hope sprung from. She also shares how knowing Him as the ...…
 
In this week's podcast we have the privilege of talking to Mrs. Loretta Bolden. She shares from a lifetime of wisdom on how she has gone from a "preacher's kid" to cultivating her very own relationship with Jesus and how that continuously impact her daily life.By Corlischa Badenhorst | Loreta Bolden
 
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