Weekly Devotional | Will We Remember You?

Weekly Devotional | Will We Remember You?

Weekly Devotional 

February 18-24

Will We Remember You?

Scripture: And do not forget to do good and to share with others, for with such sacrifices God is pleased.”  Hebrews 13:16

Devotional: As we know, the month of February is a time when we nationally pause and celebrate men and women of our heritage as we remember their contributions.  We appreciate those of the past and currently, those in the present who strive to encourage and enrich the lives of people.  I wonder, what would happen if all of us adopted the approach that we are going to do our best to make this world a better place by being a blessing to those we may encounter each day. Though you may not be recognized or appreciated for doing what you have done,  I do know one thing, even if others do not remember your good deeds, our God certainly remembers you and is pleased with you!  

Prayer: Heavenly Father, we acknowledge that we have often fallen short of your glory and your will!  We ask afresh that You will forgive us and fill our tanks with compassion and care for those who need to know that You love them and they are not alone in whatever situation or issue that they may find themselves in at this time.  Enable us to be your hand and feet as we continue this journey and one day, we look forward to hearing You say, “Well done good and faithful servant, you have been faithful over a few things and I will make you ruler on many things, in the precious name of Jesus I pray, Amen and Amen!!!

Reflective Question: Thinking about where you are right now at this very moment, what do you want people to remember when they call your name?  




Weekly Devotional | God’s Protection Plan For You

Weekly Devotional | God’s Protection Plan For You

Weekly Devotional 

February 11-117

God’s Protection Plan For You

Scripture: “When you pass through the waters, I will be with you; and when you pass through the rivers, they will not sweep over you.  When you walk through the fire, you will not be burned; the flames will not set you ablaze. Isaiah 43:2

Devotional: I know I am dating myself but as a child, I recall us having to go to the TV and turn it on by the dials on the console.  In today’s world, we cannot function without the TV remote and other remotes such as one for our security at our homes. We can protect our homes remotely on our cell phones to ensure safety and care, even when we are not there.  As children of God, you and I have access to the Father, even when the storms of life come our way, we will not be swept away because God’s protection plan has secured us with His presence and His provision!

Prayer: Father, I marvel at your love for me; I can never flee from your presence; thank you so much for caring for me in such a special way!  Now Lord, when the flames of trouble, heartache, and discouragement seek to steal my joy, remind me of your abiding grace to be with me always, even to the end of this age.  I give you praise, and I give you glory for being my rock in a weary land, in the name of Jesus, I pray, Amen and Amen!!!

Reflective Question: Do you feel secure with God’s protective plan or are you trying to find something else?




Weekly Devotional | How God Sees Me

Weekly Devotional | How God Sees Me

Weekly Devotional 

February 4-10

How God Sees Me

Scripture:  “But you are a chosen people, a royal priesthood, a holy nation, God’s special possession, that you may declare the praises of him who called you out of darkness into his wonderful light.”  I Peter 2:9

Devotional: Life has a way of devaluing us because so much emphasis is put on those who have the power or influence; thus, many people are left to feel “less than” or not as important as others. However, it is truly a blessing to know that I am so valued by the Most High God!  To know that I have been set apart, for His glory, to do what He has called me to do, is awesome! Why, because of His grace and His mercy toward me!  

Prayer: Heavenly Father, we are so grateful and thankful for Your great love toward us; we worship you, we adore you, and we praise you for being our God; being our Rock and our Redeemer!  Father, we cannot thank you enough for bringing us out of utter darkness, and utter chaos, and now through Jesus Christ, we can know and experience your glory, your grace, and your generosity while we are discovering that it is You that is keeping us and it is You who is sustaining us; thank you for loving us in the name of Jesus Christ, our Lord and our Savior, we pray, Amen!  

Reflective Question: What does it mean to you to know that you are royalty to God?




Weekly Devotional | His Showers of Goodness Upon Me

Weekly Devotional | His Showers of Goodness Upon Me

Weekly Devotional 

January 28 – February 3

His Showers of Goodness Upon Me

Scripture: “Sow righteousness for yourselves, reap the fruit of unfailing love, and break up your unplowed ground; for it is time to seek the LORD, until he comes and showers his righteousness on you.” Hosea 10:12

Devotional: Family members often resemble one another in their appearance, their attitude, and their mannerisms. For many of us, we thank God for our parents, grandparents, aunts, and uncles who raised us in understanding the blessing of an awesome God. Friends, as believers in the Lord Jesus Christ, you and I are to remember the goodness of our God as we resemble Him in being recipients of His grace and His mercy. That’s what discipleship is all about as we learn, lean, and live on His promises in spreading His goodness to a world that is desperately in need of the love of God! 

Prayer: Our Father in Heaven, Holy is thy name! We thank you for the power of the Holy Spirit who fills us with your presence so that we make a difference in the lives of those that we may encounter daily.  Heavenly Father, enable us to plant words of encouragement and help us to nurture and enrich the lives of those persons who have a desire to live for you; we desire to sow seeds of peace to those who are hurting and need your comfort,  in the name of Jesus we pray, Amen!

Reflective Question: Are you blessing others with God’s raindrops of blessings?  




New Year, New You – 21 Days of Prayer & Fasting

New Year, New You – 21 Days of Prayer & Fasting

New Year, New You

21 Days of Prayer & Fasting

January 2, 2024 – January 25, 2024

Daily (except for Sundays, 7th, 14th and 21st)

Beginning January 2, 2024, The Church Without Walls invites its entire congregation, including families and children, to participate in the Daniel Fast, a spiritual journey for renewal and growth inspired by Daniel 10:2-3. This fast involves a simple diet, abstaining from meats, wines, and luxurious foods, and is coupled with praying three times daily—morning, noon, and evening —using the provided Devotional & Prayer Guide. This initiative aims to deepen faith, strengthen community bonds, and foster individual spiritual transformation, offering an opportunity for everyone in the church to engage in a collective act of devotion and reflection.

Join us on this 21-day journey, click the “I Commit” button below to sign up.

Complete the form to receive a copy of the 21-Day Prayer & Fasting Guide.

Join the 2024 TCWW Walk and Worship Challenge

Join the 2024 TCWW Walk and Worship Challenge

Starting January 2, 2024, through January 31st, our congregation and community members are invited to participate in a unique wellness challenge. The goal is to engage in a daily 30-minute walk while listening to uplifting messages from Pastor West. This personal journey aims to collectively achieve 900 minutes of aerobic exercise by the end of the challenge period. Embrace this opportunity for health and inspiration. Do You Accept the Challenge?

Instructions for participation:

  1. Register to participate.
  2. Walk for at least 30 minutes or more every day for 30 days without missing a day.
  3. Participants must post every day or be disqualified from the challenge. Participants disqualified from the challenge should continue walking and worshipping. Keep moving!
  4. Those who post/enter their results every day for 30 days will be acknowledged in the group and qualify to order a finisher shirt.
  5. Post daily results in GroupMe.
  6. Record your time and distance.
  7. Comment daily on takeaways from sermons, prayers, and or praise reports.
  8. You have until midnight (11:59:59.99 Local Time) to post for the day you completed the walk.
  9. Treadmills are permitted and equated at a 1-to-1 ratio. Treat every mile on the treadmill as one mile on the ground.
  10. Pedometers must use miles or kilometers. No steps.
Weekly Devotional | A LOVE THAT WILL LAST

Weekly Devotional | A LOVE THAT WILL LAST

Weekly Devotional 

December 24-30


Scripture: “The virgin will conceive and give birth to a son, and they will call him Immanuel” (which means “God with us).” Matthew 1:23

Devotional: Let’s face it, we all enjoy this time of the year; for truly it is a wonderful, festive time of the year, while we do our best to try to remember the reason for the Christmas season. Yes, we know during this time of Advent, our focus is on Christ and His coming into the world but, truly, is He really the center of hope, joy, peace, and love?  It’s a question that only you can answer for yourself but know this; no one or nothing can love you and fill you with His love like Jesus Christ, the light of the world because He is the only true and living gift in our lives that will last forever and ever!

Prayer: Father, I love you and I cannot thank you for the great love that you have for me; the love that came down from heaven to save me and to raise me, to give me love that I will never ever experience through your Son and my Savior, Jesus Christ! Holy God, as we come toward the end of this Season of Advent, remind us that you are with us not just in December, but in the weeks, months, and years to come, because your love is from everlasting to everlasting!   We give you glory, honor, and praise, in the name of Jesus Christ, our Lord, Amen!

Reflective Question: Can you think of something or someone that compares to God’s love for you?




Weekly Devotional | A LOVE THAT WILL LAST

Weekly Devotional | Joy For My Journey

Weekly Devotional 

December 17-23

Joy For My Journey

Scripture: “The desert and the parched land will be glad; the wilderness will rejoice and blossom. Like the crocus, 2 it will burst into bloom; it will rejoice greatly and shout for joy.” Isaiah 35:1-2

Devotional: I have learned that life can be like taking a road trip in a car as you travel through the countryside on a two-lane highway.  There are parts of the highway that you find yourself going up on a hillside, and then you find yourself coming down.  As you continue your drive, suddenly, you come upon a sharp curve in which you have to slow down, drive with caution, and be mindful of the other cars traveling in the opposite lane because the goal is to arrive safely at your destination.  For me, Joy is that expressive gift given to us during this Advent season as we recognize that we do not travel alone through this barren land called life.  We have someone, in the person of Jesus Christ, who is not only with us but has rescued us, and by His amazing grace and mercy, I am assured of arriving safely at my destination!

Prayer: God of Heaven, we worship You for being our guide as we travel through this seemingly dark and dreary land.  Lord, it appears that there is so much chaos and craziness in the world and yet we are reminded that Jesus came into this world to be the light and salt, to give us life and to give it to us more abundantly.  Father, help us to truly grasp what You have provided for us and let us know that Joy comes only in knowing and living in the brightness of Jesus Christ, who is the Light of the world; we pray this prayer in His name, Amen and Amen!!


Reflective Question: What does Joy mean to you?




Weekly Devotional | A LOVE THAT WILL LAST

Weekly Devotional | A Present of Peace

Weekly Devotional 

December 10-16

A Present of Peace

Scripture: “Let the peace of Christ rule in your hearts, since as members of one body you were called to peace. And be thankful.” Colossians 3:15

Devotional: One of the beautiful anthems often sung during the Advent Season is “Glory to God.  ” The chorus goes this way: “Glory to God, Glory to God, Glory to God in the highest, And on Earth, Peace on Earth, Peace to people of goodwill.”  As children of the most High God, we have access to this peace and the assurance of God’s presence and comfort amid trouble all around us.  It truly is the one gift, the one present that has no monetary value, because, through Jesus Christ, peace is priceless!  Why not offer this life-changing present to someone this year?

Prayer: Heavenly Father, we thank you for the fullness of the Holy Spirit which brings the assurance of peace in our lives.  We are dependent on You, and we thank You for taking rule in and through us.  Now Lord, enable your peace to shape our character and conduct; fill us afresh to be peacemakers in a world that desperately needs your love and mercy, in the name of Jesus we pray, Amen! 


Reflective Question: Is there anything or anyone more important to you than God’s presence and His peace?




Weekly Devotional | A LOVE THAT WILL LAST

Weekly Devotional | Hope For The Holidays

Weekly Devotional 

December 3-9

Hope For The Holidays

Scripture: “Rejoice in hope, be patient in tribulation, be constant in prayer.” Romans 12:12

Devotional: Life has a way of reminding us that it’s not always the big things that bring contentment but oftentimes, it is the little nuggets of an encouraging word or song that resonates in our hearts and minds to help us continue on the journey.  This holiday season, as we think of presents to give to family and friends, think about someone who’s desperately in need of a special gift of love and encouragement that only comes from God, the gift of Hope!    

Prayer: Lord, enable us to encourage someone and allow us to maintain our hope in You. Let us hold onto the assurance that our prayers are constant and consistent, in the name of Jesus, who is our fortress and our deliverer Amen and Amen!   


Reflective Question: What are your hopes for this Holiday season?