UPDATE: Corona Virus
In an unprecedented move, President Trump announced yesterday afternoon that Sunday, March 15 will be a National Day of Prayer. This call is focused
New Year’s Resolutions Don’t Have to Be Revolting
“Stand at the crossroads and look; ask for the ancient paths, ask where the good way is, and walk in it, and you will find rest for your souls.”
Beauty From Ashes
God’s specialty is rearranging the ashes of our disappointments
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God’s specialty is rearranging the ashes of our disappointments, despair and dismay into something beautiful. He takes our mess and changes
Empty Chair, Broken Heart: Grieving and Getting Through the Holidays
Is there an empty place at your table this Christmas?
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For many, this will be their first holiday season without their loved
Ambitiously Anticipating Advent
“When can we open our presents?” my eight-year old daughter asked. “Only seven more sleeps,” I said. I’d been teaching my children to be patient through a special ‘finding the baby Jesus’ hide and seek game we
“How could church people be so mean?” I thought to myself. Just a few hours earlier, my pastor- husband had been told to turn in his resignation. Now, I was the sole supporter of our little family of four with
Do you know who you are? You might say, of course, I am (your name). I work (your employment). I am single, married to (your spouse’s name) and I have (number of children or pets). But these are roles you
Worldwide Wednesday: Pray for the Unreached People
Nick Sartoris of Mission 111 is in Sierra Leon, Liberia embedded into the “Bom tribe” a people group who has never heard the name of Jesus.
“As it is written, How beautiful
What’s Your Name?
“Becky, Kathy, Casper, Ginger, oh whatever your name is…” mom’s voice was shrill and exasperated by the time she went through the list of names in our household. She was adamant and
I remember a few years ago I overheard my preschool son tell his sister, my elementary aged daughter, “You are not the boss of me.” There was another time, this time, I was an employee. The woman who was