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Brynn James

Brynn is a member of Coram Deo Church and a stay-at-home mom. She lives in Bremerton with her husband Ryan and their four children. She enjoys reading, writing, homeschooling, making pies, being outside, and sneaking new pets home past her husband.

The Promise of the City

God loves to use small, little, and weak things to shock us with his glory. From an aging Abraham and a barren Sarah was to come the family of God...

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The Peace That Christmas Purchased

Peace feels like such a foreign word right now. 2020 has been anything but peaceful. We have all had front row seats to the COVID-19 pandemic. All...

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The Promise of the Kingdom

Let’s be honest. 2020 has been a political dumpster fire of a year.This year has brought to our attention how much our civil government can have a...

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The Joy That Christmas Produces

Let’s play a word association game. What’s the first thing you think of when you hear these words and phrases?

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The Promise of the King

Leaders are a dime a dozen. Godly leaders? Not so much.These days, leaders who honor God are rarer than the fans at a Seahawks game. Rather than...

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The Love That Christmas Reveals

All of us love to receive gifts. Most of us love to give gifts. Giving is a universal expression of love. We give because we love. The greater the...

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The Promise of the Seed

There is a promise made in Genesis that keeps Adam and Eve looking forward. They will never see the promise fulfilled themselves, but their...

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The Hope That Christmas Gives

Hope. You want it. I want it. Everybody wants it. But what is it? We often confuse hope for wishful thinking. But wishful thinking is just that…

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Devotionals & Liturgies: It Is Finished

As Jesus was nearing death on the cross, he declared that he was thirsty. A fairly common statement, and yet when Jesus said it, there was nothing...

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Devotionals & Liturgies: Christ Our King

Jesus’ teaching threatened the privileged status of the Jewish religious elite. (Luke 20) It was not simply that the chief priest and scribes...

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Waging War From The Couch

Raise your hand if church at home on Sunday mornings feels very off. I know my hand is raised! As believers, attending church...

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Devotionals & Liturgies: Truth That Brings Trouble

Jesus’ teaching threatened the privileged status of the Jewish religious elite. (Luke 20) It was not simply that the chief priest and scribes...

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Devotionals & Liturgies: Christ Our Priest

As glorious and intricate as the Old Covenant priesthood was with all of its ceremony and décor, Hebrews tell us that it was “but a shadow”

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Devotionals & Liturgies: Peter's Denial

This well-known passage of Scripture details the account of Peter’s denial of Christ. The scene plays out after Jesus is arrested and led away to...

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Devotionals & Liturgies: Christ Our Prophet

The Bible claims that we can know God. Not just that we can know about God, but that we can actually know Him in an intimate and personal way.

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Advent: Devotionals & Liturgies — Mary’s Song

When Mary delivered The Magnificat, she had just traveled from Nazareth to Judah to visit her relative...

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Advent: Devotionals & Liturgies — The Prophets of Christmas

If you're looking for a G-rated bedtime story, you should probably avoid the Nativity and stick to something more...

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Advent: Devotionals & Liturgies — John’s Joy

Nativity scenes quickly remind us why we celebrate during this time of the year. We celebrate the birth of a baby...

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Advent: Devotionals & Liturgies — The King of Christmas

Matthew 2 introduces us to a series of kings and rulers. First, we are introduced to Herod, the Roman-appointed...

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Advent: Devotionals & Liturgies — Mary’s Faith

Oh, that we might all have Mary’s faith! The picture of surrendered devotion, Mary has been an inspiration to countless...

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Advent: Devotionals & Liturgies — The Sons of Christmas

What does a righteous young man do when his fiancée simultaneously claims to be pregnant and a virgin? What would you...

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Advent: Devotionals & Liturgies — Zechariah’s Silence

It’s been 400 years since Israel has heard from Yahweh. They have hung on to the promise that the day of the Lord is coming. They believe that...

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Advent: Devotionals & Liturgies — The Mothers of Christmas

For many people, Christmas and family go hand in hand. We enjoy traditions. We share meals. We embrace loved ones as we gather to celebrate...

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