Devotional by Amanda Kepple We have been taught at a young age to read the Bible; some of us were told by our parents and Sunday school teachers to read the Bible everyday, and to keep the words of the Gospel close to our hearts. But I think as kids, not all of us understood […]

Devotional by Alex Nicholson: In music, there is a concept commonly called, “call and response”. One phrase of a melody will ask a question, followed by a brief pause, then another piece of melody will answer the question. This is known in the idiosyncratic terms of music theorists as antecedent and consequent phrases, and they […]

Devotional by Daniel Gonzalez: There are moments in life where our faith and trust are tested, even times when the trust is broken. In my life, I’ve had situations where my trust and faith in God were tested, and I opted for the path that I thought would be better. A wave of shame, hurt, depression, […]

Devotional by Amanda Kepple: Since this week’s sermon is entitled El Roi, or the God who sees, I decided to go with the song, “When Love Sees You”. What I found amazing about the song was the fact that the song took on the perspective of Christ; both before and while He was a man […]

Devotional by BJ Plummer: When I sat down to write this devotional I started with the first song “Good God Almighty” written by David Crowder. I looked at the scripture references and came across Nahum 1:7. I thought to myself… Nahum, really? We’re going to be singing and shouting “Good God Almighty” in this upbeat […]

By Jasmine Lloyd Let’s read various Scriptures seen weaved in the song, “How Deep the Father’s Love.” This song paints a picture of the highest form of love: agape love. Our Scripture readings will come from the following passages: Isaiah 53:3-9 Matthew 27:46 Psalm 22:1 Isaiah 49:15-16 “He was despised and rejected by men, a man […]

By Lisa Kelley I love the book of Psalms for many reasons, but mostly because David keeps it real. No matter where he is in life or in his relationship with God, he writes and expresses his feelings from a place of genuineness. The reader goes from joy to suffering in one fail swoop. In […]