thankfulness

How to Resist Corruption

Day 351 of Bible Reading Plan – One of the most significant battles we will face in this life is the battle of the mind as we war within and try to defeat sin. But next to that chief battle is the need to be wise regarding the influence of people around us that can pull us away from devotion to God.

SEEING DEEP PODCAST: Choosing Intentional Gratitude

It’s easy to be thankful for things that we deem to be good. But what about those hard places? We can choose to be grateful even then. Choosing intentional gratitude paves the way for gratitude that is never based on circumstances.

When Everything Goes Wrong

It seems a bit counter-intuitive, doesn’t it? Thanking God when things go wrong. But it struck me that my niece had it right.

Happy Passing Year

If we are only thankful for our life-changing moments, we will live off of the crumbs leftover from ages past.

Happy Thanksgiving

Although many of us have already started decorating for Christmas, this week our attention has shifted to counting our blessings as we celebrate Thanksgiving with family and friends. What is referred to in our history books as the “First Thanksgiving” occurred after the Pilgrims had gathered their first harvest in the New World. The year […]

Stop Waiting on Joy

Ever noticed how joy can feel elusive? We want it… but often feel that it is just beyond our grasp because of life circumstances.

Offerings

Remember, He sees everything, knows our longings, disappointments, and victories. He will see your ‘offering’ anywhere you go or any place you stay.

Thankfulness vs. Entitlement

Listen to Outreach Church Senior Pastor Roy Geesey’s powerful message on living a life of thankfulness rather than entitlement. Roy challenges us to seek God with thankfulness with the same urgency as our needs.

Crazy Horse—Thankful for Trials

Episode #5 – Join Jessie and Jay as they discuss the idea of gratitude, how practicing it has changed their lives, and how it fights negativity.

Remember and Give Thanks

Memorial Day and Thanksgiving can’t get much farther from each other on the calendar. On Memorial Day, we see flags and flowers, and on Thanksgiving, we get turkeys and family-filled dinner tables. But the two holidays are actually connected in a few important ways.