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Debt Matters

We are created to crave. We all want something. And we all realize that there’s something lacking in our lives, so we always want more. More food, more time, more money, more stuff. But with all of our desire for more, our ability to get more is always limited. So we...

Financial Peace

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Money can change our lives for good or for bad. Or maybe the better way to say it is: Our view of money has the power to shape our perspective of life. What if you could have the most incredible peace about your finances? That’s actually possible. Understanding God’s perspective on money opens up all kinds of opportunities for joy and satisfaction and fulfillment. Money provides tangible experiences for us to live as stewards of the resources God has entrusted to each of us.

Seeing the Light

Seeing the Light

With photography, as an illustration, discover the power of seeing the light. God reminds us that “light shines in the darkness and the darkness did not overcome it.” Discover how you can see the light in your own life. Pick up a camera if you’re so inclined, but,...

Hidden for All to See

Hidden for All to See

The arrival of God to earth could have been the most extravagant welcome ever seen—an all-out effort for an over-the-top celebration. But it didn’t happen that way. A few private announcements confirmed the arrival of Jesus, the long-awaited Messiah. But the Savior’s...

The Gift of Christ

The Gift of Christ

The love of material things often steals our attention. This leads us to focus on growing our collection of possessions, even thinking that those items can somehow provide authentic, deep life satisfaction. And when our idea of Christmas revolves around a misplaced...

Kids Experience January 10

Share what you have.This week Jesus’ story gives US a great Rule for Life. We can choose to be generous with the things we have.  We can share ANYTHING God has given us—like our time, our talents, our money, or the things we own. We have a responsibility to share what...

Two Is One

If having two is considered having only one, rarely will you find yourself with none. These words act as a reminder that being proactive will always serve us better than being reactive. Proactivity has to do with actions we initiate; reactivity has to do with actions initiated by other people, events, or situations.

Celebrate Recovery January 7

There's a story in Daniel, chapter 3, about three young boys, Sadrach, Meshach, and Abednigo, who are thrown into a fiery furnace for daring to honor God by not bowing to a golden image.  But there was another in that fire with them.  Many believe it was God Himself,...

Kids Experience January 3

Love God by loving others.Happy New Year!  This month we will hear some important “Rules of the Game” straight from God’s Word.  This week we will hear that as followers of Jesus, we have a responsibility to love God by loving others. That’s what Jesus said is the...

Focusing Our Gaze in the Year Ahead

One of my favorite memories as a little girl was the shopping for school supplies trip with my Mom or grandmother. There was something so special and exciting about carefully selecting the notebooks, pens and book bag that were to be my daily companions for the year ahead.

Kids Experience December 27

God sent His Son to be the Savior of the world. After the shepherds saw Jesus, they told others what the angel had said about Him. They couldn’t wait to share God’s message of peace with everyone they knew!  Everyone was amazed when they heard what the shepherds said....

Kids Experience December 20

He gave us His Son.In the most unexpected place, at the most unexpected time, God showed His love. He sent His very own Son as a baby . . . to rescue the whole world.  He gave us what we needed most. He gave us the greatest gift in the history of the world! He gave us...