In today's devotional Jay McSwain points out that it takes discipline and time to fully know and develop your spiritual gifts and abilities. Jay challenges you to imagine the difference that comes to your effectiveness when you become aware of how unique God has created you.
In today's devotional Jay McSwain continues looking at the busyness of our culture and how we must not be conformed to the busyness of our culture if we want to conform to God's will for our lives.
In today's devotional Jay McSwain begins the week and will focus throughout the week on being more than a hearer of the Word but a doer. Each day Jay will vision-cast the impact living your place can make in life and ministry.
In today's devotional Jay McSwain continues looking at "in living out your PLACE in life and ministry" by using a familiar verse from Isaiah 6:8. Jay points out that "living out your PLACE in life and ministry is another way of saying, "Send Me".
In today's devotional Jay McSwain continues looking at James 1:22. Jay reminds us that knowledge is not power, applications knowledge is and when you apply knowledge it bring about something greater. Application of knowledge brings about transformation.
In today's devotional Jay McSwain challenges you to take some time for yourself today and in the next few days to get alone with God and do some reflection of this past season of life. Jay's prayer for you is that your reflection will become your refreshment and inspiration as you move with anticipation to this next season.
In today's devotional Jay McSwain ends the week by reminding us that the storms of life often bring growth and ministry opportunities.
In today's devotional Jay McSwain summarizes this week's devotional by summarizing this week's them "to focus on the changing season and use it to re-establish our priorities." Jay reminds us we must be careful not to let our busyness interrupt our holiness.
In today's devotional Jay McSwain points out that ministry is a partnership with God. Jay reminds us that dependence upon God must be a lifestyle if we are to bear fruit in being used in ministry in partnership with God.
In today's devotional Jay McSwain concludes the week's focus on not only knowing your PLACE but living it out. Jay reminds us that the Christian life must be a lifestyle and serving Christ is a part of that lifestyle.
In today's devotional Jay McSwain will look introduce the idea that fulfillment is more about your PLACE than your title. Jay will focus this week on subtle yet important insights that help you flourish in opportunities whether it be at church or in your job or both.
In today's devotional Jay McSwain continues sharing a powerful story of a young man who has taken his life experience of being abandoned by his father and use it to help write a curriculum aimed toward fathers being fathers. Jay then challenges you to live out your PLACE where you are.