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Join us as we work to remove the stigma from mental health challenges, provide real hope to those who are experiencing mental health challenges by helping them see the love that God has for them and to direct them in God-honoring steps when they are experiencing those challenges; This is a call for the Church to be an important part of providing the refuge that God supplies to those who are hurting.
Devo by Philip Davis
I’m thinking about resolutions. You’ve had them;
I’m had them. You’ve broken them and so have I. Many people start resolutions
at the new year and end up breaking them by this time. What does it mean to
change? We must be careful to make good changes that lead to whole life change.
See, to change means to do something completely different than you were doing
it before. But just because we change something doesn’t mean it’s a good thing.
We must change with a purpose. We must change with the end goal in mind. We’ve got to be able to see what the “win” is. I pray that you spend some serious time asking yourself where you want to be in your walk with Christ, fitness, health, marriage, etc. And ask yourself what your “wins” are along the way to get to that end goal. Be open to God’s leading as He takes you on an amazing journey. Let the remainder of this year be a year of change towards something meaningful.
Sara, Callianne, and I are all in a season of great change. Moving across the country, a new job as a campus pastor, and more. We want to just be faithful in our changes and allow God to shake up our comfort. We hope you do the same.