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Proverbs 23

Posted by Charles Homer on

Proverbs Daily DevotionalsProverbs 23Charles Homer, Pastor of High School Students When I was coming into my teenage years my dad sat me down for a serious conversation. He said, “Don’t start drinking, Charles.” (I used this story in my sermon on Sunday. Listen to it here if...

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Proverbs 22

Posted by Buz Hannon on

Proverbs Daily DevotionalsProverbs 22Buz Hannon, Pastor of Young Adults “A good name is to be chosen rather than great riches, and favor is better than silver or gold.” Proverbs 22:1 (ESV) Do you ever read things in the Bible and wish they weren’t there? Do the teachings of...

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Proverbs 21

Posted by Ryan Gee on

Proverbs Daily DevotionalsProverbs 21Ryan Gee, Pastor of Middle School Students “Those who guard their mouths and their tongues keep themselves from calamity.” Proverbs 21:23 After 21 years I can still remember the situation clearly. At the time, I was 6 years old and my...

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Proverbs 20

Posted by Austin Foxworthy on

Proverbs Daily DevotionalsProverbs 20Austin Foxworthy, Pastor of Children What are your priorities?  “Sluggards do not plow in season; so at harvest time they look but find nothing.” - Proverbs 20:4  Growing up, one of the many chores I had to do was to take out the...

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Proverbs 19

Posted by Mark Campbell on

Proverbs Daily DevotionalsProverbs 19Mark Campbell, Pastor of Men's Ministry & Connection  I just can’t get enough of the book of Proverbs! Every single time I open it up I am reminded, challenged or encouraged and today is no different. I am reminded and encouraged by Proverbs...

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Proverbs 18

Posted by Jim Bellig on

Proverbs Daily DevotionalsProverbs 18Jim Bellig, Executive Elder Proverbs chapter 18 is full of wisdom dealing with our speech. 10 of the 24 verses of this chapter have to do with how we should and should not use our words. “The lips of fools bring them strife, and their mouths...

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Proverbs 17

Posted by Brian Andes on

Proverbs Daily DevotionalsProverbs 17Brian Andes, Pastor of Worship “Better a dry crust eaten in peace than a house filled with feasting and conflict.” Proverbs 17:1 In 2011, if you took a look at my life from the outside, I was living the dream. I was working for Apple in a...

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Proverbs 16

Posted by Larry Vold on

Proverbs Daily DevotionalsProverbs 16Larry Vold, Senior Pastor “In his heart a man plans his course, but the LORD determines his steps.” Proverbs 16:9 “So, what are you planning to do for a career, Larry?” a friend’s mom asked me following our high school...

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Proverbs 15

Posted by Mark Teyler on

Proverbs Daily DevotionalsProverbs 15Mark Teyler, Pastor of Adults & Ministry Development Guess what we all have in common? We talk. The typical man speaks 7,000 words per day. The typical woman speaks 20,000 words per day. My point is not to make a statement about how many words a man or a...

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Proverbs 14

Posted by James Teyler on

Proverbs Daily DevotionalsProverbs 14James Teyler, Sunday Services Creative Director​ “Where there are no oxen, the manger is clean,but abundant crops come by the strength of the ox.”Proverbs 14:4 My cousins and I were the luckiest kids growing up. Our grandparents have a...

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