Great Day Ministry

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“Great Day” Sunday 06/16/2024*

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Great Day” Saturday 06/15/2024*

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Great Day” Friday 06/14/2024*

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“Great Day” Thursday 06/13/2024

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“Great Day” Wednesday 06/12/2024*

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Great Day” Monday 06/10/2024*

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Great Day” Tuesday 06/11/2024*

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“Great Day Presents” Week of 06/16/2024

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The Chapel Quotes

God reveals Himself clearly in His creation. As we look at nature we see God’s invisible qualities, His eternal power and His divine nature. There’s a temptation to want to shape God in our own image instead of the recognition that we are created in His image. Theology is the study of God’s nature, His plans and His purposes, derived from His revelation of Himself. Instead of Theology and living underneath the divine Word of God we create our own systems of ‘Me-ology’ or ‘We-ology’. We look at our society and go with the flow.

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“Christian Stylings In Ivory” by composer-musician Don Krueger

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Devotion 06/16/2024
Our Devotion: “He’ll Take Care of It” is by Andrea Walker of Bellefontaine, Ohio, a professional writing major at Taylor University. Her devotions have been published in War Cry Magazine and aired on WBCL Radio in Fort Wayne.

“Do not be afraid of those who kill the body but cannot kill the soul.” –Matthew 10:28

When I was in elementary school, a boy purposefully threw a basketball at me during recess. The ball hit me in the face, bloodying my nose and bending my glasses. Crying, I ran into the office of the principal, my dad. I told him what happened, and he held me until I stopped sobbing and returned to class. The boy was promptly called to my dad’s office and given a lecture about playing carefully. The next day on the playground, I wasn’t afraid of being hit again. My dad had taken care of it.

As Christians, we don’t have to live in fear. Our Father loves us, and he is in charge! He has secured our peace and protection. Whether we are afraid for ourselves or for those we love, we can remember that Our Savior overcame all that the world put against him. We have a protector who watches over us continually.

Father, keep us from fear. Amen.

Book Review 06/12/2024
This Book Review is by Jaci Gorrell, professional writing major at Taylor University

You Can Do This: Seizing the Confidence God Offers 
byTricia Lott Williford 
NavPress, PB, 205 pages

With just 11 words, You Can Do This begins with a powerful invitation.

            “I’d like to invite you to stop being unhappy with yourself.”

In the following pages, Tricia Lott Williford explores the depths of her call to action with personal anecdotes, wisdom, and a charming voice. As a single mother and then a remarried widow, she speaks candidly about how her journey of loss led her to hope and confidence. From bullies to boundaries, Williford addresses facets of building and rebuilding confidence in 19 engaging chapters. She even includes an appropriate action exercise at the end of each chapter to give readers a way to step forward with what they have learned. In all, Williford boils the somewhat complex pursuit of confidence into an attainable commodity. Her mantra? You can do this.

I pulled out my highlighter on the first page of this book and couldn’t set it down until I was finished. Williford’s words are challenging and genuine, making this book all the more relevant and relatable. Her approach in tackling the hefty invitation she poses is methodical and well organized, presenting information clearly and concisely. I can say with confidence that this book will have a lasting impact on any woman who has ever felt overlooked or underestimated.

Williford employs sound Christian principles to tackle the challenge of confidence. Her teachings show readers how to approach their own confidence by trusting the Lord and leaning into His grace and wisdom. The book also provides book suggestions for women who want to dive deeper into the subject of personal confidence.

Review used by permission of Evangelical Church Library Association (ECLA)

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