The Road Home to You

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Rest Stop: Psalm 31 & 32

March 12, 2020
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How often does it feel like the whole world is not only against you but reveling in your defeat? The psalmist, David, understood those feelings but also knew and declared the truth of who God is and who God says we are meant to be.

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Listen to this week’s Psalms and find encouragement, all you who hope in the Lord.

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Rest Stop: Psalm 25 & 26

February 18, 2020
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Sit down. Rest your feet. Take a deep breath and quiet your heart.

Listen to Psalm 25 & 26 Here

When was the last time you cried out to God with the awareness of your own shortcomings and sins? Have you ever just let it all out? God knows your heart, he knows your deeds, but have YOU actually owned up to your own transgressions?

Follow David’s example. Time and again, David acknowledges his own sins and time and again, he asks for forgiveness and courage to live with integrity. The only way we move closer to God is by renouncing our sin and setting our sights on the grace of Jesus at the cross, where all those sins were washed away in one final sacrificial gift.

God doesn’t want to hold your sin over your head to condemn you. He wants you to address it so that he can transform your heart into one that beats in rhythm with his.

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The New America Standard Bible is used by permission from The Lockman Foundation.

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Rest Stop: Psalms 21 & 22

February 4, 2020
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Feeling discouraged, downtrodden, conspired against? Even kings feel that way. Listen in as King David, the man after God’s own heart shares his heart with God. Listen to the prophetic song that David writes in Psalm 22 and take courage that God is for you. The battles may seem overwhelming, but the war has been won.

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Rest Stop: Psalm 19 & 20

January 28, 2020
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Two Psalms, a blessing from David, and a prayer from me…that’s what this rest stop has to offer you as a balm this week.

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Rest Stop: Psalm 17 & 18

January 21, 2020
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It’s time to take a few minutes to rest and reflect on God’s provision. Even in the storms of life, when we are hard-pressed, feel alone and defeated, we have a Refuge in Jesus. He is an immovable force, unshakable and unbreakable. He is for His people and passionate about pursuing our hearts, even into the darkest corners.

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Wherever you are right now, take a moment to hear His heart for you. Soak up the promises that belong to you as a child of God. You are deeply, fiercely loved.

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Rest Stop: Psalm 15 and 16

January 14, 2020
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God is faithful to His people. All the time. His heart is for us and on Him alone, we can trust.

Find comfort and rest this week as David declares his trust in the God of refuge.

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Special thanks to the 126er’s for the use of their song, “Rainy Days” as our intro and outro.

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Experience God this Christmas: An Interview with Eric Nevins

December 10, 2019
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Christmas is a magical time of year full of sparkle and anticipation. It’s easy to get distracted with the gifts and the carols and food and fun. With that in mind, how do we get quiet enough to really celebrate the birth of our Savior? What does it mean to experience God?

Join me this week for a conversation with the host of the podcast, Halfway There and author of “Jesus is Willing: An 8 Day Experience,” Eric Nevins as we dive into how to more fully experience God this Christmas holiday. You’ll learn a great way to spend meaningful time in scripture without feeling overwhelmed and pressured to ‘do it right.’

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Books Referenced:

“Celebration of Discipline” – Richard Foster

Adele Calhoun

“How the Bible Actually Works” – Peter Enns

 

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The 8 Day Experience ebook

 

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