Devotionals

Group Devotional: We Complete Each Other

Lead Your Team through the Profile, Part 1: Group Devotional   God Made Us to Complete Each Other, Not Compete With Each Other   For You To Think About In 1 Corinthians 12, Paul uses a word picture to describe healthy relationships: the human body. Like He does elsewhere in scripture, God provides us with this tangible image to help us un ...

Strengths in the Christmas Story, Part 2: Two Ways to Process Information

How God Used Mary and Joseph’s Strengths to Process Information Throughout the Christmas story, Mary and Joseph demonstrate the value of different strengths. God specially selected these two individuals to be Jesus’ earthly parents. He gave them  different strengths in solving problems, processing information, managing change, and facing r ...

The Puzzle of Strengths, Part 3: The Missing Puzzle Piece

Find the Missing Puzzle Piece – and Fit It In A jigsaw puzzle is set of numerous interlocking pieces which are assembled together to produce a complete picture, often of nature, landscapes, or a recognizable piece of art. Each piece is unique. When fit together, each piece contributes to the entire puzzle. A jigsaw puzzle is an apt depiction of t ...

Devotional: The Puzzle of Interlocking Pieces

The Puzzle of Strengths, Part 2: The Puzzle of Interlocking Pieces A jigsaw puzzle is set of numerous interlocking pieces which are assembled together to produce a complete picture, often of nature, landscapes, or a recognizable piece of art. Each piece is unique. When fit together, each piece contributes to the entire puzzle. A jigsaw puzzle is an ...

Devotional: The Puzzle of Unique Strengths

The Puzzle of Strengths, Part 1: The Puzzle of Unique Strengths A jigsaw puzzle is set of numerous interlocking pieces which are assembled together to produce a complete picture, often of nature, landscapes, or a recognizable piece of art. Each piece of the puzzle is unique. When fit together, each piece contributes to the entire puzzle. A jigsaw p ...

Devotional: Ways Disciples Used Their Strengths, Part 4

Outside the Box — or Work the System? Two Ways to Face Risk Ways Disciples Used Their Strengths, Part 4 In the aftermath of Jesus’ arrest, death, and resurrection, His disciples solved problems, processed information, managed change, and faced risk – each in various ways. Their different strengths were especially important as they work to ...

Devotional: Ways Disciples Used Their Strengths, Part 3

“Fix It Now” or “One Step at a Time”: How Do You Solve Problems? Ways the Disciples Used Their Strengths, Part 3 In the aftermath of Jesus’ arrest, death, and resurrection, His disciples solved problems, processed information, managed change, and faced risk differently. Their different strengths helped them work together to move forward t ...

Devotional: Ways Disciples Used Their Strengths, Part 2

“That’s Wonderful!” or “Give Me Proof!” How Do You Process Information? Ways the Disciples Used Their Strengths, Part 2 Jesus’ disciples demonstrate the value of different strengths in solving problems, processing information, managing change, and facing risk. Put yourself in their sandals on the first Easter morning ...

Devotional: Ways the Disciples Used Their Strengths, Part 1

“Let’s Go” or “Let’s Make a Plan.” Which Are You? Ways the Disciples Used Their Strengths to Manage Change, Part 1 Jesus’ last days on earth can give powerful lessons about the value of different strengths in solving problems, processing information, managing change, and facing risk. During His last meal with His disciples, a conversa ...

Devotional: Two Kinds of Decisions You Make Each Day

A devotional about valuing differences How many decisions do you make a day? The answer depends on your age, your life stage, and your circumstances, say researchers at USA Today. But on average, an American adult makes 35,000 decisions a day. Two Different Kinds of Decisions Those decisions fall into just two broad categories – fast or slow, acc ...
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