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Recharge Devotional is written by our very own writers in our congregation. We hope that this devotional encourages and inspires you in your ongoing walk with Christ. The Recharge devotional team works hard to create relevant content that is relatable in day to day life. Be sure to read and interact with the posts. If you would like to write a blog, let us know! 

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Do Not Rely On The Other 99

Read: Luke 15: 1-7 Reflect: The parable of the lost sheep has always been one of my favorites of Jesus’s parables. I love the way it demonstrates the depth and breadth of Father God’s heart for His children. Recently though, the Holy Spirit showed me a new...

Broken No More

Many years ago, when my children were young, they were roughhousing in the living room. As a result, the head on the rocking horse was accidentally broken. I don’t remember all the details but I do remember them not wanting to tell me because they weren’t...

Towers Lean Because of Foolishness

Diotisalvi, an accomplished architect in the 12th century designed the plans for an exquisite white marble bell tower to complement the city of Pisa’s cathedral, however coming up with the finances for the project was a challenge. In looking to find ways of...

Torn Ropes and Jesus

“Then Job arose and tore his robe and shaved his head and fell on the ground and worshiped.”Job 1:20 This verse always stops me in my tracks. At first, it seems like a contradiction. In Job’s days tearing your robe and shaving your head was a sign of grief, but then...

God Is A Fast Runner

Read: Luke 15:11-32 Reflect: When I was a little girl, Benny Hester had a popular Christan song about the Prodigal Son titled, “When God Ran”. I remember listening to this song over and over in all its 80’s synthesizer awesomeness, and being perplexed yet...

Praying for Snow

Read: Luke 12:13-21 Reflect: The largest single ticket winner for the U.S. lottery was a whopping $1.537 billion Mega Millions ticket on Oct. 23, 2018 purchased in South Carolina. Now, that’s a lot of money! Can you imagine if you came into that kind of...

How Can I Get Rich

Read: Luke 12:13-21 Reflect: The largest single ticket winner for the U.S. lottery was a whopping $1.537 billion Mega Millions ticket on Oct. 23, 2018 purchased in South Carolina. Now, that’s a lot of money! Can you imagine if you came into that kind of...

Lunchtime Blues No More

Read:   Ephesians 2:19-22 Reflect: In elementary school I dreaded lunch time in the cafeteria. Yes, I was that kid, the rather shy and awkward one who wanted desperately to belong. My dream was to have lunch tray in hand and to hear at least...

Breakfast Was Good

Breakfast with friends! Good food (gravy with biscuits) and good fellowship. What more could a man ask for (except maybe the Sixers winning the championship but that is never going to happen). Sorry, I digress. Anyway, it’s a beautiful Monday morning, and we’re...

No More Sodden Mess

Read: Ephesians 4:17-24 Reflect: Have you ever been to an amusement park with a Log Flume? You know, one of those rides based on the old logging chutes where you sit in a hollowed-out tree trunk and come crashing down a waterfall, ultimately spraying water...

What About 2022?

The turn of one year to the next always brings reflection of what has passed and anticipation of the future. I make it a habit to intentionally ask God what He wants me to focus on. At the beginning of 2021, I sensed I was to embrace joy as my focus for the year. This...

I will Wait For YOu

He was no spring chicken, but he was especially good at one thing: waiting. Waiting is not a team sport, it is not a popular pastime, it is an act of obedience. Waiting is standing by, biding one’s time, holding on, hanging around, sitting tight even...