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November 23, 2020

A Relationship with God Will Change Complaining into Thanksgiving

Complaining is not a good look. Just ask my mom. I thought I was right and my mom was wrong until I was around 25. I would always challenge her and grumbled when I didn't get my way. Then something clicked --- I grew up. I realized she’s right aaallll the time! And now I can't stop praising my mom. She’s a school nurse and I am so proud. I have a relationship with her, I trust her wisdom, she’s taught me so much, and I’ve walked through life with her…. It’s easy for me to praise her. She’s the best school nurse I know. I am thankful for her. Do you want a thankful spirit? Walk with Christ Jesus. Find your identity in Him and be established in the faith ---- then you’ll look at your life and say to yourself wow I am just so thankful.  That's straight from Colossians 2:6-7, "Therefore, as you received Christ Jesus the Lord, so walk in him, rooted and built up in him and established in the faith, just as you were taught, abounding in thanksgiving. Complaining is challenging God, lament is crying out to God, because you have faith in Him. There’s a difference. Being thankful is looking at your life and seeing how much walking with Jesus has changed you. 

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November 16, 2020

How to Pray Scripture Over Your Friendships

Praying can grow your friendships and praying for your friends can grow your prayer life. Do you have conflict in friendship? Are you lonely? Pray scripture into your friendships. This could be an opportunity for God to really grow your faith and watch Him work. Our God is relational. He loves redemption, unity, peace, and His kids getting along.

Here are four ways your friendships can change because of prayer. 

1. If you’re lonely pray for a friend who is following after Jesus. Because two is better than one (Ecclesiastes 4:9-10).

2. If you have conflict with a friend – pray that you can be humble, kind, meek, patient, forgiving, loving, and that ultimately peace will win over that conflict. That’s straight from Colossians 3:12-14.

3. Pray for a change of heart in yourself and in your friend instead of seeking revenge (1 Peter 3:9, Proverbs 20:22). 

4. Pray for your friends when they have challenges that come their way. When God shows up the joy will be yours too (James 5:16).

 

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November 09, 2020

Elijah's Story

​Depression is on the rise because of social isolation, job loss, the political climate, racial unrest and all the things that come with being in a pandemic. It's important to talk about depression in our circles. It's real! Let's look at the story of Elijah in 1 Kings 19. 

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November 02, 2020

What To Do When Negative Self Talk is Taking Over

​I had a moment a few weeks ago when my negative self talk was taking over. What did I do? I prayed and God answered me with scripture. Ephesians 2:10 says that we are God's workmanship or masterpiece through Christ Jesus. That's how He sees us now — no matter what. 

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Hannah Lynn

Hannah Lynn hosts Moody Radio’s That’s Real and is an engineer for Karl and Crew mornings. She grew up as a homeschooler on a tree farm, plays the harp (ask her about harp camp), drives a Prius (don’t judge), and started a fashion blog while a student at Moody Bible Institute (yes, that’s possible). Hannah loves to tell people about Jesus—as a seven-year-old she witnessed to her ballet teacher, then she started a Young Life club while in high school. Now she mentors teens with her husband, John, who serves as a youth pastor.

That's Real with Hannah Lynn

That's Real with Hannah Lynn

That’s Real with Hannah Lynn gives a daily dose of encouragement and advice to young adults who love and live God’s Word.