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Hearing God’s Voice

If we said we had a personal relationship with another person, we’d all assume, at the very least, some degree of regular, back-and-forth conversation. So how does a “personal relationship with God” work? We talk to God through prayer, but how does God talk back to us?



A conversation about intentional living with Ryan Dilworth.

From the Inside Out

From the Inside Out

To be spiritually healthy is to be thriving in your desire to pursue Jesus and walking in the strength of the Holy Spirit. But spiritual health is tricky. We might be so obsessed with looking good outwardly that we fail to pay attention to what’s going on inside us.

Encore: Becoming Unoffendable

Encore: Becoming Unoffendable

Seems like there’s plenty to be upset about in our world. We can even get personally offended by the actions and comments of others around us. Here’s a radical, relational idea: What if you can become unoffendable?

Discovering and Doing the Will of God

Discovering and Doing the Will of God

Finding the will of God is both a mystery and an adventure. Certainly, we would be short-sighted if we didn’t curiously and diligently pursue the path God wants us to walk.

Grueling But Glorious

Why would I participate in an activity that had “grueling” in the description? Why do I think that this was a good idea at all? I feel like our hiking adventure is like the adventure I am on with Jesus. He knows what I can handle. He knows this journey will test my strength, stretch me in ways that I did not know possible, but He also knows I can do it.

LPKids Experience July 4

This month our Elementary friends continue our journey to finding our confidence in Jesus.  We will start with an incredible example found in Daniel 3. Shadrack, Meshack, and Abednego had their faith put to the test when they chose to obey God rather than bow down to...

The Batteries That Work Best

As our bodies, minds and spirits continue to recover from the incredible stress of a prolonged, world-wide pandemic, it’s important to be intentional about resting and recharging our batteries. But just as our household appliances require different types of batteries, rejuvenation is not a one-size-fits all approach. We respond to stress differently, depending on the unique way that we are wired. And the de-stressing technique that will work best may depend on our personality.

Big Dreams and a Bigger God: New Property for Down Guatemala

When Sandy McCann, the Guatemala Country Coordinator at LifePoint, visited Down Guatemala on a mission trip in 2018 she remembers hearing about a boy named Jonathan from Quetzaltenango (also known as Xela) who traveled 4-5 hours by bus each way to receive therapy. The people of Xela are mostly indigenous, coming from low-income homes and speaking the native Mayan language. Shouldering the financial hardship of the commute to provide Jonathan with care spoke to the love and commitment his parents had for him. In situations like Jonathan’s, Alfredo and Irene saw the need for another center that could serve the families farther from Guatemala City. They prayed that God would provide.