Pastor Jesse Bradley currently serves at Grace Community Church in the Seattle area. Jesse also played professional soccer as a goalkeeper in Zimbabwe, Africa (Highlands F.C.) and Scotland (Rothes F.C.). He graduated from Dartmouth College with a B.A. in Psychology, and also holds a Masters Degree in Theology from Dallas Theological Seminary. Jesse enjoys working with a wide range of people. His passions include developing leaders, preaching, helping people discover Jesus and incorporate their faith into everyday life. He has written two books Rooted in Grace and recently A New Season. Jesse and his wife Laurie have four children.

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Activate - December 16, 2018

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Read: Colossians 4

Key Verse: “Devote yourself to prayer, being watchful and thankful.” - Colossians 4:2

Have you ever been devoted to prayer? What would that look like in your life? We see tremendous devotion in our culture: commitment to watching certain television shows, drinking coffee, gaining the next level with video games, following sports teams, and spending time on social media are some examples. Have you ever intentionally stopped a hobby or habit to spend additional time in prayer? Any urgent situations in your life that need additional intercession?

Being watchful includes seeing the needs around you, aware of the spiritual condition in people’s lives, sensitive to the Holy Spirit, and avoiding laziness. Being thankful will keep your heart healthy, your mind fresh, and your relationships positive. Christians are called to be leaders in prayer, not simply watching news headlines and being discouraged. There is nothing wimpy about dropping to your knees; it is where you will find real power.

For more from Pastor Jesse Bradley and Activate Media Ministries, visit www.activatelife.org


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