Bible Reading and COVID19
Are you struggling to read your Bible right now? In this edition of WALK THRU VOICES, Michael Gunnin talks about how we need to hear the promises of God in the Word, and we need its strength, its truth, its guidance. Will you commit to read your Bible with us for the next 7 days?
Finding Our Refuge in God
In Psalm 11, David tells us “I have taken refuge in the Lord.” We can too. Storms rage, but our good Father never leaves His children out in the elements. He takes us in. When we just want to hide, we can hide in Him.
While We Wait for God to Answer
One of the hardest things for most of us to do is to wait, especially when we’re waiting for God to answer our prayers. Phil walks us through a passage in John 11, where we see a story of love and loss, grief and triumph, an impossible situation and an amazing miracle.
Our Plans, God’s Purposes
In this edition of WALK THRU VOICES, Rich Leland talks about how we can look for and perceive God’s hand in our lives during unsettling times, and how even when we make plans, God brings about the results so that we can grow to trust Him more.
Empathy and a Pandemic
In this edition of WALK THRU VOICES, Michael Gunnin talks about empathy and compassion, the persecution of our brothers and sisters in Christ around the world, and the coronavirus pandemic.
Perspective: Seeing God at Work in Uncertain Times
In this edition of Walk Thru Voices, Phil Tuttle talks about perspective: a way of seeing beyond the obstacles of a situation and grasping the significance of what’s on the other side of it. In Philippians 1:12-14, we’ll learn that perspective is seeing God’s hand at work in spite of the struggles.
Habakkuk, the Coronavirus, and the Word of God
In this edition of Walk Thru Voices, Michael Gunnin talks about Habakkuk, the Coronavirus, and how even when we can’t see or understand what God is doing, we can remember His faithfulness, His goodness, by reading His Word.
Fear Not: Jesus Is in the Storm with Us
What is Jesus doing while we’re in this storm? Is He even there? Does He care? God has a much bigger agenda in mind than just fixing our circumstances. We know that with His voice alone, He can calm the storm. And because He is the same yesterday, today, and tomorrow, we can look to Him.