In order to strengthen our Christian walk, we need to spend time with the Father.  God reveals Himself to us through His word.  

Stephen Matthews, has been blessed with discernment of God's word and has a beautiful teaching and expository spirit.  We are honored to be able to showcase some of his recent devotions as a result of his time with the Father.  We hope you are blessed as you read through Stephen's words and follow along in your own study.

"Set your mind on things above, not on earthly things." - Colossians 3:2

  • God’s Kingdom Brings Hope To The World: 

    The world needs hope today more than perhaps, any other time in history. With every passing day we see a growing number of serious issues in our life and society that seem to drain hope from the hearts of men and women who have not yet put their trust in Christ. These are very real problems which are not abstract or theoretical. For the hearts of mankind to change and hope to be restored, there must be an equally real solution which transcends all of these issues and problems.  (Read More)

  • Where Is God Amidst Our Suffering?

    Shortly before Jesus died on the cross He cried out to God the Father in anguish saying “My God, My God, why have You forsaken Me?” (Matthew 27:46). This remarkable question asked by Jesus is important to properly understand as it has great implications for us in our daily life of following Christ. (Read More)

  • How Can I Be Sure I'm Saved?

    One of the more common themes I hear asked by Christians when giving counsel or even in casual conversations is the question “How Can I Be Sure I’m Saved?”. This is more than merely an abstract theological question. For those struggling with this issue it is often a cause of anxiety and an unnecessary burden which they carry on a daily basis. (Read More)

  • Question: How Do We Know There Is A Heaven?

    It’s not uncommon to sometimes have doubts or questions about the things of God. However, the good news is that God’s word helps us to answer these questions and turn our doubts into faith building opportunities. To answer this question, we must first explore what Heaven is. Here are two facts about heaven that we can be sure of: (Read More)