Welcome to Two42 Summer Devotionals. Life is busy. We get it. Between school, work, traveling, and finding time for community, it can be hard to make time for yourself. But the summer offers a unique opportunity. It is a chance to breathe. To create some margin. We hope you will join us on this journey.
We are going to post 3 devos a week for the next 8 weeks. They will loosely follow along with the series we are doing on Thursday nights, “Goliath Must Fall” by Louie Giglio. But even if you can’t make it on Thursday nights, we hope you will use these devos are a bit of fresh air for your soul. Enjoy.
By Jacob Atkins Nobody likes to feel rejection. Last Thursday Louie talked about his experience in high school with tennis. He played all the time and made it all the way to the state tournament his senior year. Louie and I would have been good buds if we went to...read more
By Chelsea Franks Rejection is a topic most people can relate to experiencing at some point, especially in college. Times like being turned down for an organization or a job that you wanted, or not being able to get into the major you had planned. Rejection doesn’t...read more
God wants our hearts to be in alignment with Him before our hands set about doing today’s assignment for Him. By Jacie Grygar In the book of Daniel it tells of a story about three friends who were to be placed in a fiery furnace to die, but as the story unfolds we see...read more
By Cullen Turney In high school my relationship with Christ was very minimal. I knew him, but I did not live to make him known. As a teenager, I thought being a Christian meant you had to follow all these rules and guidelines, walking a very narrow line. At that point...read more
By Matt Juarez Read John 14:15-27 What comes to your mind when you hear the word “obedience”? Do you cringe just by hearing that fancy word, remember a time you were grounded for 2 weeks because of it, or remember how disappointed Mufasa was that Simba “deliberately...read more
By Kaila Powell What do you think of when you hear the word obedience? Do you have a negative view of that word or a positive one? If you are anything like me and are super stubborn the word obedience is not one that suits your fancy. The definition of obedience is...read more
::NOTE:: As we were planning these summer devos, we rallied our current leaders and made a plan for everyone to contribute. But then something cool happened. Some of our alumni starting sharing their memories from their time at Two42. So we reached out to some of them...read more
By Lindsay Cox I used to tell people that my biggest fear was failure, but then I realized (last week) that I’ve failed at more things than I’ve succeeded at. I almost welcome the opportunity to fail so that I can learn and move forward. Almost. If I’m completely...read more
“The enemy is fear. We think it is hate; but it is fear.” By JohnConnor Haverkamp Sometimes, fear is something as simple as the decision to look at something and pull a 180 degree turn towards the opposite direction. But, sometimes fear can be so debilitating that we...read more
By Emmie Rodriguez Since we are digging deep into the giants in our lives, it only seems fit that I share the giant that was big in my life up until about three years ago. FEAR! Yep that’s right… I was afraid. Of what you might ask? My biggest giant was the fear of...read more