Embracing the Priorities of Jesus
As we learn to strive first of God’s kingdom, our priorities will become more and more like the priorities of Jesus.Read Article
What is Your Manure?
We need the Lord’s help to engage in practices that form our lives in positive ways even though we experience them negatively.Read Article
Use Your Gifts Well!
Jesus says that from those to whom much has been given, much will be required.Read Article
Where is Your Treasure?
As people who strive for God’s kingdom, we choose to value what God values most of all, and this leads us to a life of generosity.Read Article
What God Loves to Give You
God takes pleasure in blessing us, guiding us, and empowering us for the work of the kingdom.Read Article
Strive for the Kingdom of God
Jesus tells his disciples to strive for God’s kingdom. We do this by seeking intentionally, energetically, and consistently to live under God’s reign in every part of life.Read Article
What is the Kingdom of God?
Jesus urges us to strive for the kingdom of God. That’s great, except we need to know what the kingdom of God is.Read Article
For What Are You Striving?
What do you want most in life? What are the things that motivate you, even tantalize you?Read Article
Don’t Put Yourself in God’s Place
Sometimes we worry because we feel as if we’re responsible for everything, even the things over which we have no control.Read Article
Wearing God’s Glorious Clothing
If you’ve ever gazed on a field of glorious flowers, then you have an idea of God’s generous care for the natural world.Read Article
Worry Doesn’t Help
Jesus encourages us not to worry about our lives.Read Article
You Matter So Much More!
We live in a time filled with anxiety. But Jesus urges us not to worry.Read Article
Words for the Worried
There is so much going on around us – and in our own lives – that causes us to worry.Read Article
Be Rich Toward God
Jesus tells us to be on guard against greed. Real life does not consist of the abundance of possessions.Read Article
The Holy Spirit Will Teach You
Jesus promised to his first disciples that when they were put on trial for following him, the Holy Spirit would teach them what to say.Read Article