Dispelling the Doubts in the Depths of Depression
Feb 22 1:21 PM

Dispelling the Doubts in the Depths of Depression

Feb 22 1:21 PM
Feb 22 1:21 PM

“I don’t want anyone to know I am depressed,” she pleaded with me, “what would people think?  How can I be a Christian and be depressed? I know God is good … why can’t I snap out of this?” I wish I could tell you that this was a one-time conversation, but it’s not. I hear it almost weekly and it breaks my heart. Because it’s fraught with lies. A trap...

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When Serving Comes Full Circle
Jan 25 11:45 AM

When Serving Comes Full Circle

Jan 25 11:45 AM
Jan 25 11:45 AM

When a fellow church member asked me several years ago to volunteer at Care Net Pregnancy Center as a counselor, my first response was “No … I can’t possibly counsel a pregnant teen … I have never even been pregnant … How can I possibly help?” My hesitance was reversed when...

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Traveling in Grace & Truth Part V - How Does Jesus Care for the Crushed?
Sep 28 1:32 PM

Traveling in Grace & Truth Part V - How Does Jesus Care for the Crushed?

Sep 28 1:32 PM
Sep 28 1:32 PM

The fifith and final blog in Elizabeth Allan's "Traveling in Grace & Truth" series. Milton Vincent presented a workshop entitled, “Resurrecting a Shattered Faith” that was illustrated by Luke 24. He explained that often the prodigal will ask, “Where was God when I suffered?” How can you repond? 

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Traveling in Grace & Truth Part IV - What If I am the Wayward Fool?
Sep 7 12:11 PM

Traveling in Grace & Truth Part IV - What If I am the Wayward Fool?

Sep 7 12:11 PM
Sep 7 12:11 PM

Zack Eswine shared his painfully powerful testimony intertwined with Ecclesiastes 9:13-17 at the Loving the Wayward Souls Conference. He was vulnerable and transparent in his desire to protect us from seeking after the things of the world. Here are some of his thoughts on how can we recognize, keep from, or turn from, being the wayward fool...

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Traveling in Grace & Truth Part III - A Society of Sinners
Aug 17 3:34 PM

Traveling in Grace & Truth Part III - A Society of Sinners

Aug 17 3:34 PM
Aug 17 3:34 PM

Too often we assume that church is supposed to be a “perfect” place full of “good” people. We feel like we would love it if our church was made up of 250 copies of ourselves, full of people who think and act like we do. Truth is, the less people are like us the harder it is to love them. People are messy and carry the streak of sin; sadly enough, that includes you and me...

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Rom. 12:10

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Jn. 13:35

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