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Devotions

Connecting God’s Word to your Everyday Life

Honor and Authority

The Fourth Commandment

Honor your father and your mother.

 

What does this mean?

We are to fear and love God so that we neither despise nor anger our parents and others in authority, but instead honor, serve, obey, love, and respect them.

 

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Remember the Sabbath

This devotion, written by Grace Heimerdinger-Baake, Director of Youth and Family Ministry, is the third of a series on the Ten Commandments.

The Third Commandment

Remember the sabbath day, and keep it holy. 

What does this mean? 

We are to fear and love God, so that we do not despise preaching or God’s word, but instead ke …


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A First-name Basis

This devotion, written by Pastor Beth Wartick, is the second of a series on the Ten Commandments.

 

The Second Commandment

You shall not make wrongful use of the name of the Lord your God.

 

What does this mean?

We are to fear and love God, so that we d …


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You Shall Have No Other Gods

This devotion, written by Pastor Beth Wartick, is the first of a series on the Ten Commandments.

 

The First Commandment

You shall have no other gods.

What does this mean?

We are to fear, love, and trust God above all things.


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Justice

[Jesus said],


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Encanto

This week’s devotion is written by Grace Heimerdinger-Baake, Director of Youth and Family Ministry

The movie Encanto has been on replay since Christmas Eve when it became available on Disney+. Encanto is a story of a magical family, the Madrigals, whose magical powers came through the …


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Epiphany

On January 6, we remember a tyrant who would stop at nothing to hold onto power. A man whose tenuous grip on control led him to lash out and hurt anyone who stood in his way. We remember him because January 6 is Epiphany, and we cannot tell the story of the magi without telling the story of Herod.

Herod, called Herod the Great, is not a popular character in the Christmas story. I’ve only once seen him portrayed in a chil …


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Christmas Traditions

But you, O Bethlehem of Ephrathah,
who are one of the little clans of Judah,
from you shall come forth for me
one who is to rule in Israel,
whose origin is from of old,
from ancient days.
-Micah 5:2
 
In the not very little town of Bethlehem, in the middle of crowded streets filled with souvenir shops and falafel restaurants, is a grand white stone building, the Church of the Nativity. It’s b …

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We Need a Little Christmas

The people who walked in darkness have seen a great light; those who lived in a land of deep darkness—on them light has shined. -Isaiah 9:2

One of my favorite secular Christmas songs is “We Need A Little Christmas,” originally from the 1966 musical Mame. I prefer the Angela …


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Advent Calendars

Jesus Christ is the same yesterday and today and forever. – Hebrews 13:8

We have a tradition in my family of getting Lego Advent calendars every year. Technically, they’re Christmas countdown calendars, since they have a door to open for each day from December 1 to 24. Behind each door is a mini Lego set and instructions to build it. This year, the calendar is Harry Potter-themed. Of course, since it’s Lego, it’s not enough to have a broad theme—this year’s calendar seems t …


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