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Social Distancing Could Be Good for Your Soul

Seth Troutt / March 26, 2020
coronavirus, covid-19, prayer, solitude

Many people prefer giving themselves electric shocks to spending 6-15 minutes alone with their troubling thoughts. (1) Our minds are conditioned to consume […]

6 Ways to Pray for Gateway

Luke Simmons / August 1, 2019
prayer

One of the highlights of the Grand Opening week was having around-the-clock prayer during the entire week leading up to the event. I […]

Praying the Armor of God

Luke Simmons / September 30, 2018
ephesians, prayer

The author of this prayer is unknown. Download a PRINTABLE pdf version Good morning, Lord. I am confident that you will give me […]

Affirming Predestination Does NOT Deny These 4 Truths

Luke Simmons / January 29, 2018
election, evangelism, mission, prayer

This past Sunday I preached from Ephesians 1:5-6 on how God “predestined us for adoption.” (Watch/Listen here) I’ve had a number of very […]

Lent – When, What, Why, Who, and How

Seth Troutt / February 21, 2017
baptism, easter, Fasting, Lent, prayer

When? Lent is the forty day season (excluding Sundays) that starts with Ash Wednesday and ends with Holy Week (Palm Sunday, Maundy Thursday, […]

5 Ways to Pray For The Election

Seth Troutt / November 3, 2016
election, politics, prayer

Put not your trust in princes, in a son of man, in whom there is no salvation. When his breath departs, he returns to the […]

Where are you?

Luke Simmons / October 7, 2016
discussion, prayer

Periodically, it’s important to ask ourselves (or to share in our communities), Where am I? How’s my relationship with God going? In his […]

The Psalms: An Invitation to Honesty

Luke Simmons / June 6, 2016
culture, humility, prayer

This past Sunday, I shared an extended quote from Sean Mortenson’s excellent May 29 sermon at Redemption Scottsdale, “An Invitation to Honesty.”  You […]