Yesterday we talked about the importance of community in our lives and one suggestion of how to actively seek community in our neighborhoods. We know that God created us live in community and do life with other believers. But what about God? Did you know that God lives in community?
I'm in a book club with some girlfriends and we're reading "Find Your People" by Jennie Allen. We're a bunch of gals who love friends, but needed a new perspective and tips on how to find and develop close community within our physical proximity of town.
2 Corinthians 5:20 We are therefore Christ’s ambassadors, as though God were making his appeal through us. We implore you on Christ’s behalf: Be reconciled to God.
Jesus told a parable about a shepherd who had 100 sheep and one of them got away. Will Jesus not leave the nighty-nine on the hills and go in search of the one who wandered off?
If you ever have the opportunity to speak with Lila Bauer, the owner of the Luverne, MN Pizza Ranch, the first thing she will tell you is how much she adores her employees. She said she couldn't have done it without her amazing crew after having their best month ever.
If you're like me, you enjoy learning new things and expanding your knowledge. But I've discovered that just because I know something doesn't mean I'm wise.
It's difficult to have Joy in the Lord when there's so much chaos and turmoil. I sometimes wonder if God is even in charge. But God commands us to be joyful and glad in all circumstances.
We’ve been walking slowly through the Book of Psalms, this week looking at Psalm 27. In this passage David talks about his confidence in God, his desires, and then has a bunch of requests. It sounds like what my prayers might look like sometimes.
I'm finishing out this week thinking about the time we spend in fellowship with other believers. Monday's verses from Hebrews 10:24-25 have been a blessed reminder for me this week.
The Vermillion Pizza Ranch loves being located right next to the campus of USD because they are committed to making an impact on their community, and making an impact they are!
One of the things I enjoy most about fellowshipping with other believers is worshipping through music and singing. The sound of our voices raised in honoring our creator and sovereign God is something that makes me long for heaven.
As important as it is to spend time alone with God in the Word and in prayer, it is also important to regularly spend time with fellow believers.