Daily Devotional


I push the little red button on the black box and the magic begins! The reset button renews the Wi-Fi settings, corrects glitches, refreshes and restores the connection. I love the reset button!

There is an even more wonderful reset button!  Church! A feeling of anticipation comes over me when I walk into the auditorium and wait for the service to start. I know that this experience will reset my life.  It will renew me, correct any glitches in my thinking. It will refresh and restore me.  Every week I need this reset button!  It is marvelous to be among a group of believers. We are all very different.  Backgrounds, challenges, hurts, victories, failures. But in this Church gathering, the wondrous truth is that we are all ONE.  This is where we worship our great God together. God does a work in our hearts through the Bible teaching, music, fellowship, service and celebration of the ordinances: Baptism and Communion.  Some people might think Church is man’s idea—but this reset experience is God’s plan!

Hebrews 10: 24-25- “let us consider how to stimulate one another to love and good deeds, not forsaking our own assembling together, as is the habit of some, but encouraging one another; and all the more, as you see the day drawing near.”

Sometimes when I sit in Church and soak the blessing up—I think of Heaven.  This must be God’s way of giving us a preview of Heaven!

Revelation 19: 6 “And I heard, as it were, the voice of a great multitude and as the sound of many waters and as the sound of mighty peals of thunder, saying, “Hallelujah! For the Lord our God, the Almighty, reigns.”

Church is a place of joy and praise! I am convinced that if I do not go regularly to Church, I am missing out on something special.  God desires that I gather with other believers at Church! It renews me, corrects any glitches in my thinking, refreshes and restores me.  Praise God for the greatest reset button—Church!

  • Share with your kids why it is a joy and privilege to go to Church.
  • Teach your kids that one day we will do “Church” in Heaven.
  • If your kids resist going to Church, ask them why.  Help them discover why they feel this way and how to solve the problem. Bring them to Church, even if they do not want to. Through you, help them to learn that Church is God’s plan and a special part of your life.  If you need advice, contact the Children’s Director or Administrative Staff.
  • Consistency in attendance in Church will send the message to your kids that Church is a priority in your family’s life.  You need it to reset your life.
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