Posts about Freedom

Emerging Fully Seen and Fully Equipped

Posted by Guest Blogger on March 5, 2020 in Faith, Freedom, Guest Blogger, Hope

Hooray it’s March! We can officially say “Welcome to Spring”! Mercifully we’ve made it through the season of dark, wet days and dark, chilly nights. Soon we’ll begin poking our heads out of our respective caves and enjoy seeing our grey landscape burst with color and life again. I seem to become more creative when […]

Home: Are We There Yet?

Posted by Guest Blogger on February 13, 2020 in Community, Faith, Freedom, Hope

HOME This is home, as I peer out into the streets of a black history parade – with my family beside me that I haven’t seen in years. Oh, this is home. As the beads drop and the candy flies high in the sky and lands right into my little boys’ sun-kissed coily afro hair. […]

Interlocked

Posted by Ashley Bell on February 6, 2020 in Ashley Bell, Community, Freedom, Friendship, Unite, Build, Live

February is African American History month. A time set apart to acknowledge the contributions of African Americans in the building of our country. These contributions are not to be relegated to just one month but to be acknowledged on a regular basis, because they are woven throughout the fabric of our nation. It ought to […]

Ask. Seek. Knock. Ask. Seek. Knock.

Posted by Guest Blogger on October 31, 2019 in Faith, Freedom, Wisdom

Radical Love Involves Radical Surrender. We are told that if we ask, seek, and knock, things will be given, found, and opened to us (Matt 7:7). But, are we knocking on the doors we want for ourselves, or those that are surrendered to God? Are we healing in faith and assured power, or hiding behind […]

Oh Freedom Oh Freedom

Posted by Guest Blogger on October 17, 2019 in Community, Faith, Freedom, Guest Blogger

There was a season in my life when I knew that God was making me strong. I didn’t like it. It was hard. I wanted to be somewhere else enjoying vacations, dining out, shopping. You know, the “good life”. Not trudging through dirty puddles and dodging traffic as I made my way from my parking […]