Day 20: Press Pause/Press Play

Day 20: Press Pause/Press Play

If you haven’t yet read yesterday’s post, please do. We talked about the personal mission we are on as followers of Jesus—making disciples. We laid out three characteristics of a Jesus disciple: 1. A disciple follows Jesus’ lead in every area of...
Day 19: Press Pause/Press Play

Day 19: Press Pause/Press Play

Over the last couple of weeks, you have learned about and practiced what it means to slow down and listen to God, as well as some thoughts and ideas about how we can put our relationship with Jesus into action. But that’s not all there is to it… All of us were...
Day 18: Press Pause/Press Play

Day 18: Press Pause/Press Play

The enemy likes to trick you into thinking your own personal sins and actions only effect yourself. When we think our sinful habits only effect ourselves, we further justify self-destructive behaviors that only offer damage to our relationship with God. One sin in...
Day 17: Press Pause/Press Play

Day 17: Press Pause/Press Play

Father to the fatherless, defender of widows— this is God, whose dwelling is holy. God places the lonely in families; he sets the prisoners free and gives them joy. But he makes the rebellious live in a sun-scorched land. Psalm 68:5-6 Orphans have a special place in...
Day 16: Press Pause/Press Play

Day 16: Press Pause/Press Play

Why does the church exist? What’s the big idea? Do we exist to have the best ministries? Or maybe be the biggest church in our city? Do we exist to have the most beautiful and cleanest space to host guests and visitors? It can be a tough question to answer. The good...
Day 15: Press Pause/Press Play

Day 15: Press Pause/Press Play

On day one we talked about how if you are going to effectively press play in your life, you need to press pause and pray. One of the main reasons we press pause in prayer is so we can accomplish the work God has for us. Pause without play doesn’t work. Prayer without...