Posts with the tag “the-god-of-abraham-isaac-and-jacob”

Failure Is Not The End Of The World
by Elliotte Pearson on March 5th, 2024
By Elder Elliotte Pearson: I'm not sure where I learned it, but somewhere along the lines, I believed a lie, that anything less than perfection was failure.  Read More
Failure Is Not An Option
by Miranda Braden on March 4th, 2024
By Miranda Braden: “And so I tell you, keep on asking, and you will receive what you ask for. Keep on seeking, and you will find. Keep on knocking and the door will be opened to you.” - Luke 11:9  Read More
Lord, Here I Am
by Theresa Golden on March 1st, 2024
By Theresa Golden: Throughout this message series, we have explored the generational nature of God in His promise to Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob; and in doing so, we’ve also unpacked the importance of discerning God’s vision for our lives, leaning into the purpose He has for us, and leaving a legacy for future generations.  Read More
Faith In His Promises
by Mary Beth Barefoot on February 28th, 2024
By Mary Beth Barefoot: What does it mean to have faith in the promises of God? As we’ve been journeying through the study of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob, I have been asking myself this question over and over again; and honestly, it’s been a question I’ve been asking myself for many years  Read More
by Nikki Bailey on February 26th, 2024
By Pastor Nikki Bailey: From the beginning of time, starting in Genesis, there has been a battle between good and evil. It's a God that longs to restore people to Himself versus an enemy that wants people to think that restoration with God is impossible.  Read More
The Power in the Pause
by Ashley Piner on February 23rd, 2024
By Guest Author | Ashley Piner: As an educator, I have been trained in ¨The Power of the Pause.” When guiding learning for students, I ask questions during or after the delivery of information. I have been taught to allow my student to have wait time before responding.  Read More
My First Ask
by Miranda Braden on February 21st, 2024
By Miranda Braden: “The Lord answered Isaacs prayer, and Rebekah became pregnant with twins. But the two children struggled with each other in her womb. So she went to ask the Lord about it. ‘Why is this happening to me?’ she asked.” Genesis 26:12-25  Read More
Waiting for the Promise
by Rachael Wynne on February 19th, 2024
By Rachael Wynne: So let’s not get tired of doing what is good. At just the right time we will reap a harvest of blessing if we don’t give up. - Galatians 6:9 NLT Galatians 6:9 is one of those verses that is much easier said than done. It’s easy to be obedient and faithful right after we receive a word or direction from God, but what happens when days of waiting turn into months or years?   Read More
When God Asks You to Wait
by Theresa Golden on February 16th, 2024
By Theresa Golden: “The best things come to those who wait.” You may have heard that phrase a time or two, and maybe you’ve even said it yourself.   Read More
The God of Abraham, Isaac, Oh and Jacob Too
by Steve Miller on February 14th, 2024
By Steve Miller: When we look at the origin story of our faith, we often come to three names: Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob. All three of these men have stories attached to their names.   Read More
Keep Digging
by Gina Robinson on February 12th, 2024
By Pastor Gina Robinson: In Genesis 26:1- 4, God appears to Isaac, tells him what to do, and then leaves him with a promise. Notice that God doesn't reveal every little detail to Isaac .   Read More
One Small Step
by Theresa Golden on February 9th, 2024
By Theresa Golden: Do you often wonder if God has a purpose for your life? Are there days when you feel like you aren’t being effective for Him? Sometimes we feel this way when we don’t know His plan...  Read More
How Are You Waiting?
by Jake Haggard on February 7th, 2024
By Jake Haggard: No one wants to wait. Waiting has to be one of the most difficult aspects of humanity, but it is innately human. Everyone has to wait at some point or another.   Read More
Exhausted Faith
by Miranda Braden on February 5th, 2024
By Miranda Braden: “The Lord took Abram outside and said to him, “Look up into the sky and count the stars if you can. That’s how many descendants you will have.” - Genesis 15:5 So with that promise from God, Abram and Sarai had believed they would have a son soon...  Read More
Faith in the Unfamiliar
by Theresa Golden on February 2nd, 2024
By Theresa Golden: “Faith is often birthed in the unfamiliar.” - Pastor Mike Adkins This principle has always rung true in my life, and maybe it has in yours too. Have you noticed how relaxed we often get when we are comfortable?   Read More
Am I Going the Right Way?
by Meghen Haggard on January 31st, 2024
By Meghen Haggard: Like most, the two years leading up to my high school graduation were challenging - for many reasons. I am grateful to have grown up in the Church and in Christian schools, but the questions being asked to my seventeen and eighteen-year-old-self felt pretty weighty.   Read More
Not Bound by Region, Building, or Job
by Pate Leigh on January 29th, 2024
By Pate Leigh: In today’s climate, it’s easy to get caught up in our occupations. From an early age, we’re told we have to grow up, learn how to do something specific so that we can go out and make money to provide for our families and then send our kids off to school so the cycle can continue.  Read More