Join Gary Wilkerson for devotions to bring you through the storm from fear to victorious faith.
In todays episode, Gary Wilkerson shares how God's unchanging nature sets us free to thrive in our circumstance.
In our walk to triumph over fear, Kelly Wilkerson and Matt Ward lead us in a song.
Gary Wilkerson shares how church leaders across Europe are being affected by the epidemic
Are your eyes set on fearful news stories throughout your day? Gary Wilkerson challenges us with that what we look at is where we end up.
What if God is allowing this season so his church can get back to what really matters?
How do you learn to be strong in the midst of battle and hold up the shield of faith? How do you run with the horses and contend for the faith that you have?
You have and will change, but God never does. No matter what is happening around you he will always be loving, gracious, forgiving, and strong.
In today’s video Gary encourages us to ask God to speak to us in our present circumstances and wait expectantly to hear from him.
During this dark season, God wants us to know that he is good, powerful, and wise. He has plans for our highest welfare and the power to bring it to pass.
The Apostle Johns circumstances could’ve crushed his spirit with anxiety and stress but he was able to see Christ in the midst of troubles.
In today's devotion, Gary shares from Psalm 23 and reminds us of the strength and faithfulness of our Lord in every season. The Shepherd will lead you through the valley—it's here you will learn about God more intimately and draw closer to him.
Gary shares a prayer to strengthen you and bring peace in this difficult time.
Gary shares three elements to a life of perfect peace—the peace of Christ. It's already been paid for; apply it to your life today.
There is a purpose in overcoming fear—to gain a perspective of the presence of God being with you. God is calling you to be strengthened and empowered by the Holy Spirit in moments of fear, and perhaps, right now in this current pandemic.
God cares about your holiness but he also cares about your wholeness—spirit, soul and body. Gary shares about the value of the 8 F's and the importance of sanctification in each area.
Seasons of suffering are the ones we often try to avoid and yet we are told that they will happen on occasion. So, how do we navigate suffering when it does come?
When we select certain attributes and avoid others we miss part of his nature and character. In contract, we become full when we see the fullness of God. Ask yourself today: what attributes are missing in your life?