Give all your worries and cares to God, for he cares about you. (1 Peter 5:7)

 

Sooner or later, we all face situations beyond our control. For example, have you ever been on vacation and it has rained everyday, stuck in traffic and were late for an appointment, or lost someone close? These are examples of situations that can be out of our control. However, the bible teaches us that even when you find yourself in uncontrollable or unpredictable circumstances, there is one thing you can control. You can control your reaction to the situation. You can trust God to work in your life and in the situation to bring order, hope and peace in a chaotic situation.

 

What are you experiencing right now that is beyond your control? How can you give it over to God?

  

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R. S. Willis

Athletic Director at Georgia Force High School Home School
The majority of Scott’s ministry has been at the local church and community level. He and his wife have been members of the local church for about 20 years. During this time, he served as bible study leader, Deacon and Deacon Chairman, Site Planning Team Member, Building Committee Chairman, Men’s Ministry Founder and Youth Group Teacher. Scott is currently a volunteer with Inter-Varsity Athletes Ministry. He is also the founder, former head coach and current Athletic Director for the Georgia Force High School Home School football program. This ministry allows him the opportunity to witness and lead young men and women to know and understand what it means to be a Christian. Scott envisions his ministry as an opportunity to develop young men and women to be world changers as they grow in their communities and their future businesses.

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