Devotionals

By Taylor Brooks

Is it really almost 2022 already?? I don’t know about you, but this past year has felt like a blur- a blur that began all the way back in 2020. There’s been a near constant barrage of changing covid regulations, news stories that sadden and/or anger us, loss, and increasing political polarization. At the same time, God has continued to move in our lives collectively and individually. 

By Dusty Harrison

Merry Christmas! After much anticipation, we finally made it to the big week, and there is much to celebrate. How are you feeling about your Christmas shopping this year? While the shopping and buildup can be stressful, gift exchanges can be a fun and meaningful experience at Christmas. In Matthew’s account of the Christmas story, three men are remembered for going well out of their way on a long journey to participate in a gift exchange with a… child.

This week on The Greek and Christian Podcast we’re starting a segment all about God and Pledging. We know the pledging process is different for everyone. If you are just starting the pledging process - or will later this year - this is tailored to you. We hope this devotional helps you dive in a little deeper and think about what this story could mean for you.

By Taylor Brooks

What does all of this mean for us as we prepare to head back to campus though? How do we incorporate the things we’ve learned about our faith into our lives in our Greek chapters? How do we be Greek AND Christian?

By Dusty Harrison

Do you ever wake up and lack the motivation to work out? That is me most days! What about your relationship with God? Do you ever struggle with motivation to continue taking steps to grow? If so, you are not alone.

By Ashley Gordon

Raise your hand if you struggle with indecisiveness and the unknowns of the future... *** immediately raises both hands***…

By Joshua Brooks

I'm a worrier and I'm pretty sure I always have been. Growing up it was common for me to hear phrases like, "Josh, don't be such a worry wart" or "all you can do is your best, and let God handle the rest."

By Sarah Coleman

During Jesus' ministry, he heals a lot of people. You could randomly open to a page in any of the four gospels and find at least one story about how Jesus heals the blind, the lame, or the leper.

By Josh Majeski

As 2019 was rapping up and 2020 began, my life felt like a series of punches to the gut. 

By Olivia Greiwe

Before you read on, close your eyes and take a deep breath. To help us understand our passage today, we’re going to start by stepping back in time to first century Jerusalem.

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