In today's devotional Jay McSwain shares that experiences of life often shape and prepare you for ministry.
In today's devotional Jay McSwain begins a week long series call "Well Done". Jay will highlight an individual each day that has done what Jesus described in the parable of the servant who heard "Well done" from his Master.
In today's devotional Jay McSwain reminds us in order to help others grow we need to speak truth, but to speak it with love and kindness.
In today's devotional Jay McSwain encourages you to remember in meeting practical needs is an important step in the process of meeting eternal needs. Jay reminds us to do both.
In today's devotional Jay McSwain reminds us our confidence and our competence comes from believing in what God can do through us rather than what we can do for God.
In today's devotional Jay McSwain continues the series entitled "Well Done". Today Jay speaks about Jerry who is in heaven now, but while on earth lead his life and ministry in a quiet way. Done".
In today's devotional Jay McSwain continues looking at and applying Matthew 25:23. Jay reminds us that in the storms of life our light often shines the brightest to others because we endure the troubled waters in faith.
In today's devotional Jay McSwain encourages us to be grateful for the men and women who have given the ultimate sacrifice in serving our country. Jay also reminds us Jesus gave the ultimate and greatest sacrifice for our sins to be forgiven.
In today's devotional Jay McSwain continues his series on "Well Done..." Jay shares about Mike who became a Christian at the end of his life and for the last six months of his life used his spiritual gift of hospitality to serve at his church.
In today's devotional Jay McSwain concludes the series "Well Done..." Jay encourages you to use whatever spiritual gifts God has given you to hear "Well done my good and faithful servant."
In today's devotional Jay McSwain begins a week long series of looking at how God's Word benefits our lives. Today's Jay shows how like a business needs to be profitable to stay in business God's Word needs to be in our lives to profit us in our own growth and to serve others.
In today's devotional Jay McSwain challenges us to be like Solomon and ask God for wisdom.