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Kindness is not a Character Flaw

How kind have you been lately? Today’s devotion comes from Luke 6:35-36, where Jesus invites us to be kind and merciful as God is kind and merciful.

For our sermon series, The Kin-dom of God, we are calling on people to grow into the family of God that breaks down barriers instead of building them up in a divisive election season.

Each weekday of the series, we will have a morning devotional from Luke 6. You are invited to join us in reading and praying from Luke 6 each day.

Devotion by Pastor Dallas Flippin.
Music by Worship Leader Brently Groshong.

No Rewards or Great Rewards

Are there any expectations of rewards you need to let go of today? Today’s devotion comes from Luke 6:35-36, where Jesus invites us to do good things without expecting rewards from others, but trusting in God’s reward.

For our sermon series, The Kin-dom of God, we are calling on people to grow into the family of God that breaks down barriers instead of building them up in a divisive election season. Each weekday of the series, we will have a morning devotional from Luke 6. You are invited to join us in reading and praying from Luke 6 each day.

Devotion by Pastor Dallas Flippin.
Music by Worship Leader Brently Groshong.

The Ideal Church

In the book of Acts, Luke describes what it looks like for the church to be united. What does it look like for the church to be united in a divided world? Our scripture text comes from Acts 4:32-35.

This week we continue our series, The Kin-dom of God. No, it’s not a typo. The Gospels frequently have to explain that the kingdom of God is like because we can’t see past our own political expectations. In this series, we are going to hear how God creates a diverse, new kin in Christ that breaks down the dividing walls between different tribes and parties. In a season of political divisions, choose to live in God’s healing kin-dom.

Want to listen to the sermon on the go? Our sermons are available on your favorite podcasting app. Listen to this sermon from our audio podcast page.

If You Lend

Are you waiting on someone to pay you back? Today’s devotion comes from Luke 6:34, where Jesus invites us to lend without looking to receive.

For our sermon series, The Kin-dom of God, we are calling on people to grow into the family of God that breaks down barriers instead of building them up in a divisive election season. Each weekday of the series, we will have a morning devotional from Luke 6. You are invited to join us in reading and praying from Luke 6 each day.

Devotion and music today are led by Worship Leader Brently Groshong.

If You Do Good

Have you done something good for someone recently? Today’s devotion comes from Luke 6:33, where Jesus invites us to do good to those who don’t do good things for us.

For our sermon series, The Kin-dom of God, we are calling on people to grow into the family of God that breaks down barriers instead of building them up in a divisive election season.

Each weekday of the series, we will have a morning devotional from Luke 6. You are invited to join us in reading and praying from Luke 6 each day.

Devotion by Pastor Dallas Flippin.
Music by Worship Leader Brently Groshong.

Love Credit

What kind of love is God inviting you to live today? Today’s devotion comes from Luke 6:32, where Jesus invites us to to love those who don’t you love you back.

For our sermon series, The Kin-dom of God, we are calling on people to grow into the family of God that breaks down barriers instead of building them up in a divisive election season.

Each weekday of the series, we will have a morning devotional from Luke 6. You are invited to join us in reading and praying from Luke 6 each day.

Devotion by Pastor Dallas Flippin.
Music by Worship Leader Brently Groshong.

Do to Others

Do to Republicans as you would have them do to you.
Do to Democrats as you would have them do to you.
Do to immigrants as you would have them do to you.
Do to the poor as you would have them do to you.

Today’s devotion comes from Luke 6:31, where Jesus invites us to do things for others that we would have them do for us. May we live up to God’s call for our lives, even when we feel the temptation to be at odds with one another.

For our sermon series, The Kin-dom of God, we are calling on people to grow into the family of God that breaks down barriers instead of building them up in a divisive election season.

Each weekday of the series, we will have a morning devotional from Luke 6. You are invited to join us in reading and praying from Luke 6 each day.

Devotion by Pastor Dallas Flippin.
Music by Worship Leader Brently Groshong.

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Let It Go

What do you have that’s hard to let go of? Today’s devotion comes from Luke 6:30, where Jesus invites us to give without needing to receive back.

For our sermon series, The Kin-dom of God, we are calling on people to grow into the family of God that breaks down barriers instead of building them up in a divisive election season.

Each weekday of the series, we will have a morning devotional from Luke 6. You are invited to join us in reading and praying from Luke 6 each day.

Devotion by Pastor Dallas Flippin.
Music by Worship Leader Brently Groshong.

Love Your Enemies

Jesus invites us into the radical way of love that creates peace among enemies. In a season of divisiveness, choose love. The scripture text comes from Luke 6:27-35.

This week we continue our series, The Kin-dom of God. No, it’s not a typo. The Gospels frequently have to explain that the kingdom of God is like because we can’t see past our own political expectations. In this series, we are going to hear how God creates a diverse, new kin in Christ that breaks down the dividing walls between different tribes and parties. In a season of political divisions, choose to live in God’s healing kin-dom.

Want to listen to the sermon on the go? Our sermons are available on your favorite podcasting app. Listen to this sermon from our audio podcast page.

Non-Violent Resistance

When you are mistreated, how do you respond? Today’s devotion comes from Luke 6:28, where Jesus invites us to respond in a way that creates equality without using violence.

For our sermon series, The Kin-dom of God, we are calling on people to grow into the family of God that breaks down barriers instead of building them up in a divisive election season.

Each weekday of the series, we will have a morning devotional from Luke 6. You are invited to join us in reading and praying from Luke 6 each day.

Devotion by Pastor Dallas Flippin.
Music by Worship Leader Brently Groshong.