What is fasting for? On this Fat Tuesday, the day before Lent begins, Pastor Dillon suggests that we consider Lenten fasts as a tool to help us grow in love and knowledge of God.
How much water does a plant need and how might we know how God is directing us to live our faith? With some insight from Deuteronomy 19, Pastor Dillon explores the work of discernment. (Sadly, he has much less help to offer on watering plants!)
Pastor Dillon has a confession to make: he's not a morning person. In today's devotional, he explores a curious scriptural admonition not to wake up early and the importance of trusting God enough not to overwork.
Can we grow weary of doing good? Pastor Dillon reflects on our societal step back from conversations about racial injustice and considers how Paul's words in Galatians might encourage us to make a sustained movement toward justice.
What do we do when we feel like the well has run dry? In today's devotional, Pastor Dillon explores how we might reframe these times as Psalm 1 describes as seasons without bearing fruit.
What might creation have to tell us about God? In today's devotional, Pastor Dillon explores the idea of natural revelation and how all created things might be seen as bearing the imprint of their creator.