Posts with the tag “devotional”

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Spiritual Realities
July 29th, 2020
by Eric Ryan, Pastor of Leadership Development Today is the last written devotional as we head into August. We are finalizing some things under the Make Disciples strategy that I think will be really ...  Read More
by Kathryn Eckhardt
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Remember
July 22nd, 2020
by Eric Ryan, Pastor of Leadership Development Several times in the Bible, God had his people set up stone monuments, or simple stacks of stones (usually 12 for the tribes) as a way of remembering wha...  Read More
by Kathryn Eckhardt
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Corporate Realities in the Bible
July 15th, 2020
by Eric Ryan, Pastor of Leadership Development Do you think the average Christian has a Bible literacy problem?  I have not run into a single pastor or Bible teacher who would answer, “No.” Early on i...  Read More
by Kathryn Eckhardt
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Rest? Really?
July 1st, 2020
by Eric Ryan, Pastor of Leadership Development It almost feels laughable that the first devo in this series was about resting and “not wasting” the quiet time at home! I don’t know about you, but my m...  Read More
by Kathryn Eckhardt
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Isaiah 58
June 24th, 2020
by Eric Ryan, Pastor of Leadership DevelopmentWhen is the last time you read Isaiah 58? I confess it had been a little while for me before this morning when I was watching a talk online, I was prompte...  Read More
by Kathryn Eckhardt
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Lessons from Nehemiah
June 17th, 2020
by Eric Ryan, Pastor of Leadership Development I saw a joke on social media this week that was charging us to check on our friends, because in a matter of weeks, they have been pandemic experts, econo...  Read More
by Kathryn Eckhardt
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Ephesians 5:15-21
June 10th, 2020
by Eric Ryan, Pastor of Leadership Development Hey Wildwood family!These last few weeks, I have been writing the devotion simply from my own time in the Word via a reading plan I'm following. I want y...  Read More
by Kathryn Eckhardt
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Thoughts on Galatians 4-5
June 3rd, 2020
by Eric Ryan, Pastor of Leadership Development Hello Wildwood Family!If you're like me, your thoughts and emotions have been all over the place as the brokenness of the world could be seen everywhere ...  Read More
by Kathryn Eckhardt
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A Christian Response to a Pandemic
May 20th, 2020
by Eric Ryan, Pastor of Leadership Development Good Morning WIldwood!In this devotional series, we first looked at what it means to rest during this time. David, Bob, and Todd all contributed to our d...  Read More
by Kathryn Eckhardt
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All is Well
May 13th, 2020
by Eric Ryan, Pastor of Leadership Development Hey Wildwood Family!     I hope everyone had a special Mother’s Day this past weekend. We know Mother’s Day can also be very difficult for those struggli...  Read More
by Kathryn Eckhardt
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Be Strengthened: Part 2
May 6th, 2020
by Eric Ryan, Pastor of Leadership Development Hey Wildwood Family!I am praying this week that you continue to be strengthened according to his glorious might. Pause for a second and look back on last...  Read More
by Kathryn Eckhardt
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Be Strengthened
April 29th, 2020
by Eric Ryan, Pastor of Leadership DevelopmentHello Wildwood family! I hope that you and your family are still doing well. It is becoming apparent that, as time goes on, social distancing is growing m...  Read More
by Kathryn Eckhardt
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Rest for Your Mind
April 22nd, 2020
by Todd Veleber, Student Pastor For the last few weeks, we’ve been exploring the Sabbath or for practical purposes… rest.  In the season we find ourselves in, you may be thinking your time has been an...  Read More
by Kathryn Eckhardt
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Rest for Your Souls
April 15th, 2020
By now, it feels like we have been driving in a tunnel and we’re far enough along that we can’t see the entrance and yet, not far enough to see the exit either. How are you holding up? This week I hea...  Read More
by Kathryn Eckhardt
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Thoughts on the Sabbath
April 8th, 2020
by Bob Evans, Pastor of Congregational Care The pandemic sweeping our country has forced considerable changes in the pace and rhythm of our lives. In many ways, this is not a bad thing. We have sought...  Read More
by Kathryn Eckhardt