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Influence comes through conversations

By Dave Henning / May 3, 2022

“Influence comes through conversations.  Jesus knew this.  The Bible records Jesus speaking to crowds only fifteen times, but having forty one-on-one conversations.  If we let fear stop us, we will miss out on the impact God intends for us to have.”- Kyle Idleman “Jesus, tired as he was from the journey, sat down by the […]


Wandering mind = opportunity to pray

By Dave Henning / July 20, 2021

“Instead of seeing a wandering mind as a failure to pray as we ought, we should see this as an opportunity to pray about the deep longings of our souls. . . .  Our call is to bring this to the Lord, who meets us in the truth about ourselves as ones who need grace […]


The grip of regret – demoralizing, paralyzing

By Dave Henning / April 25, 2017

“The grip of regret can be more than demoralizing, it can be paralyzing.”- Kyle Idleman In Chapter 3 of Grace Is Greater, Pastor Kyle Idleman tackles the subject of learning to live with regrets.  First, he describes the grip of regret: “We can’t seem to move forward because we obsess over something that has already […]


A surprising characteristic about grace

By Dave Henning / April 23, 2017

“But here’s a surprising characteristic about grace – grace chases you.  You can run away and hide, but grace is relentless.  Grace will chase you down.”- Kyle Idleman “So he [Jesus] left Judea and went back once more to Galilee.  Now he had to go through Samaria.”- John 4:3-4 In Chapter 2 (“More Beautiful Than Your […]

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