Posts about Community

Fully known. Deeply loved.

Posted by Guest Blogger on December 19, 2019 in Community, Guest Blogger, Love

I’ve lived most of my life with a deep desire to be FULLY known and DEEPLY loved, searching to be understood and heard. I’ve felt alone and like no one “got” me.  At times, I rarely even “got” myself. I had thoughts that contradicted themselves, actions that were opposing, desires that were never met and […]

When Only Virtue Will Do

Posted by Guest Blogger on December 12, 2019 in Community, Faith, Hope

I’ve been in women’s ministry for about 20 years and one of my favorite things to do is take sisters through a journey of healing while studying the lives of women who were transformed by encountering Jesus. One of my absolute favorites is the woman in Mark 5 – the woman with the issue of […]

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 […]

Hospitality Hospitality

Posted by Guest Blogger on March 28, 2019 in Community, Faith, Guest Blogger, Unite, Build, Live

Ten months ago I uprooted my life and made a big move to Austin, TX without a clear understanding of what it requires to re-establish your life in a brand new state. As time passed I wrestled with giving into disappointment, wondering how I would establish my business and community in this new place. I […]

(Dis)connecting Women (Dis)connecting Women

Posted by Dalene Reyburn on October 25, 2018 in Community, Contributing Author, Faith, Unite, Build, Live

‘Just come on Friday afternoon with your kids. We’ll be there. Pull in!’ The ‘there’ was my house. I was overhearing my friend Carin inviting another mom, and her kids, to a mass play date that I’d be hosting. Later Carin half-laughed, half-apologized, because Gosh, she said, what was I thinking? It’s not my place […]