What Loves Does
Nov 8 3:22 PM

What Loves Does

Nov 8 3:22 PM
Nov 8 3:22 PM

I don’t know why she called me. I don’t even know why she noticed me or knew I existed. She called to invite me to join a high school/college girls’ group she’d started. I couldn’t make it on the day and time they were all meeting. So she, with 4 children, a husband, a household to run and other ministries going on, rearranged her whole life to allow me into it. She offered to have me...

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Shut Up and Listen
Nov 1 11:44 AM

Shut Up and Listen

Nov 1 11:44 AM
Nov 1 11:44 AM

I love to walk and hike and The Appalachian Trail has been a long-time favorite locale for adventure, so this year found me leaving Springer Mountain in Georgia headed north up the trail. My plan was to end up in Maine, through all 14 states of the trail, and its 2,192 miles, enjoying lots of the side trails on the way.  I’d been on the trail four other years, so I had a good sense of the physical challenges and scenic highlights of this trek, but there were in addition three specific personal objectives I targeted. This is an account of how God fulfilled one of those ambitions...

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Why Missions Programs Matter - Part 2
Oct 25 3:11 PM

Why Missions Programs Matter - Part 2

Oct 25 3:11 PM
Oct 25 3:11 PM

This is the second in a two part series focusing on the impact of missions programs; both to create transformation in those who are sent and those to whom they are sent. We've seen repeatedly that as a mission trip changes a missionary's worldview and perspective, God transforms their hearts and relationship with Him even while changing the hearts and lives of those who the missionaries are there to visit! Read on to see why missions programs matter, how lives are transformed, and how you can get involved...

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Why Missions Programs Matter
Oct 18 11:41 AM

Why Missions Programs Matter

Oct 18 11:41 AM
Oct 18 11:41 AM

This is the first of a two-part series focusing on missions; what scripture tells us about them and the effect of mission’s programs to create transformation in those who participate in missions themselves and those who are interacting with missionaries...

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Suffering Alone or Together?
Oct 11 11:56 AM

Suffering Alone or Together?

Oct 11 11:56 AM
Oct 11 11:56 AM

Suffering seems to be a theme in my life lately. Not just going through it, but also learning and hearing perspectives on it. A couple weekends ago I was able to attend the Biblical Response to Mental Health conference and, not surprisingly, suffering was a significant theme throughout each of the topics. Then, as I’ve been reading through “Peacemaking Women” for my own personal study/growth, the various types of suffering filled the pages in the first section. Even if you didn’t get to attend the conference or aren’t reading the book, just looking around you as you go about your day shows a simple truth: we’re suffering. It’s a strong word that covers a broad variety (included would be grief, loneliness, anxiety, depression, etc.), but it’s a definite theme in our lives.

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