In week’s Faithlift Pastor Kip shares a moving story about Brooklyn Bridge that encourages us to fight through adversity and finish any race we have begun. When you face obstacles how can you reassure yourself and others that God will
Galatians 6:9 promises a great harvest as long as we keep doing good for God. Pastor Kip offers an easy acronym to help us persevere and continue living a Christian life, despite setbacks and circumstances that lie outside our control.
Courage is a powerful ability given to us by the Spirit of God. Pastor Kip references Joshua 1:9 to encourage us that when we act courageously God will be with us. How can you act courageously to positively impact those
Pastor Kip tells a powerful story about (his favorite!) movie star, John Wayne, in this week’s Faithlift. He references 1 John 1:9. Grab your Bible and read along. Then, reconnect with Christ.
We are sharing our witness and light of Christ in ways we don’t realize, says Pastor Kip, referencing Matthew 5:15-16. How might that effect your decisions and daily actions?
Pastor Kip references Matthew 11:28 in today’s Faithlift: “Come to me,” Jesus said, “All of you who are weary and carry heavy burdens, and I will give you rest.” Whatever your burdens, Jesus has the power and ability to help
Music has the ability to bring us together. In Psalm 100, we are called to make a joyful noise to the Lord, all the earth. What could we do in our world if we dare to make music together as
Would you believe that a book that spent 86 weeks on the New York Times best seller list and was translated into 40 different languages almost never came to be? Pastor Kip tells us about the origins of The Power
Fear not, for I am with you. I will be your God. I will strengthen and uphold you with your mighty hands. Whatever is in the cards for you this week, fear not, says Pastor Kip. Stand tall and march
Inspiration for your week. Instead of a weekly eVideo, Pastor Kip presents Faithlift each Monday, beginning today. His scripture reference comes from Philippians 4:13. We’re sorry for the Traditions livestream interruptions these last two Sundays. We were battling some internet connectivity