Author: faigb

Read John 4:1-45 Thought for the Day: I can wait and listen (before reacting). In the fourth chapter of John’s Gospel, Jesus did something astonishing. Rather than walking around the region of Samaria (as was standard for First Century Jewish people), he walked right in, sat down...

THOUGHT FOR THE DAY - Psalm 118:29 “Oh give thanks to the Lord, for He is good; for His steadfast love endures forever!” This Thanksgiving Day, we pray that you have a wonderful time with your family, as we enjoy time with ours. We are grateful for you...

Verse of the Day - Malachi 2:10-17 Thought for the Day: Faith starts at home. A friend once told me that if you want to understand the quality of someone’s sobriety, see how they treat others at home. The same is true in our relationship with God....

Verse of the Day - Malachi 1:2-5 Thought for the Day: “I have loved you,’ says the LORD.” It is universally understood that ‘first impressions’ matter a great deal. Think back to the first time you met your spouse, close friend, or business partner. It is likely...

Read Matthew 6:5-15 Thought for the Day: When forgiveness feels elusive, I need to pray! Corrie Ten Boom lived a life of amazing, courageous faith both during and after her experiences in the Holocaust. A few years after her imprisonment, she spoke at a church on the...

Read Luke 20:19-26 Thought for the Day: I need to respect earthly authority but worship God! What’s at your center? What do you allow to define you? Take a few moments to consider what you allow to be the non-negotiable(s) in your life. A particular political ideology?...

Read Mark 5:25-34 Thought for the Day: Each of us matters to Jesus! She couldn’t do anything without feeling shunned and shamed. Having lived with a medical condition beyond her control for twelve years, she had turned to every cure and remedy known to civilization. But nothing...

Read Luke 22:14-23 Thought for the Day: Today is a great day to slow down! When raising children to know and love Jesus, there are few things more important than family mealtime. While we can find it easy to make time for outside activities and general busyness,...

Read Matthew 22:34-40 Thought for the Day: I can love God with both word and action! In the Old Testament times, many Jewish rabbis began the practice of taking Deuteronomy 6:4-8 literally and wearing small boxes on their foreheads with the command to “love the Lord your...