Welcome to day 23 of the 30 Day Challenge! Today your challenge is to pray for local churches and ministries.
Take a few minutes to pray for your church staff, for other churches in our community, and for the non-profits and ministries that serve our community.
"I’m going all in.”
It’s a powerful, declarative statement-an act of dedicating 100% of myself to an action or plan. It’s a phrase I say about something I believe to be my only true option. At its foundation, for me, going “all in” looks like faith.
Proverbs 3:5-6 says, "Trust in the Lord with all your heart, and do not lean on your own understanding. In all your ways acknowledge him, and he will make straight your paths."
Honestly, I get hung up on that second command sometimes – not leaning on my own understanding.
Welcome to Day 20 of the 30 Day Challenge. Two-thirds of the way there!
Today is another Grace Day! If you missed a day this week, you can go back and catch up, or just revisit and repeat your favorite challenge of the week.
Welcome to Day 19 of the 30 Day Challenge!
Today's challenge is to find a way to donate to a local ministry or non-profit. It can either be with your time through volunteering, through a financial gift, or through donating items that can be useful to someone else.
Next week we'll start playing a new TobyMac song!
Today, we thought we'd give you an early taste and have Toby share how the "All In" life means getting to a place where you can say "I Just Need You!"
In today's culture, you can't pick and choose the areas in which you will trust God and still have a meaningful relationship with Him.
Our friends at WorkMatters asked Kimberly to share how she came to the realization that she couldn't have a lukewarm relationship with Christ after a major catastrophe hit her family.
Welcome to Day 16 of the 30 Day Challenge!
Today, we will be joining together to pray for families and relationships in our community.
We were literally hiding in the woods with cameras and creepy stalker lenses. Waiting.
Ok, so it’s not quite as dramatic as it sounds. But it was still a big deal. Our friend was about to get engaged, and we had been enlisted to record the epic moment for posterity.
Have you ever realized you’ve misplaced your keys right before an important appointment? I have. In fact, I kind of have a special talent for misplacing my keys only before I need to be somewhere important. I’ve gone through the whole "I’ve lost my keys" grieving process many times: self interrogation, blaming the family pets, looking through the couch (twice), and my personal favorite, declaring, "No, I don’t remember the last place I had them."