Posts about Faith

She Calls Him She Calls Him

Posted by Guest Blogger on August 8, 2019 in Faith, Guest Blogger, Prayer, Unite, Build, Live

She calls Him Creator He speaks life Small or large His words breathe Peace She calls Him Way-maker Clearing paths Through mountains Calling pure Hearts To carry His plans Of freedom She calls Him She calls Him She calls Him Promise Keeper Speaking into Dreams Healing past Hurt She calls Him Giver Sacrifices His son […]

Reframing Our Seasons Reframing Our “Seasons”

Posted by Kendra Vollstedt on August 1, 2019 in Contributing Author, Faith, Freedom, Hope

I am exceptional at getting in my own way 99% of the time. Add this blog to the long list of things I have been asked to do where I have overthought, over-complicated and overworked Jesus right out of ‘em. It is astounding to me how quickly I run to hiding behind practically anything to […]

Patience Patience

Posted by Guest Blogger on July 25, 2019 in Faith, Guest Blogger, Wisdom

What is patience?  Patience is discovering how she would go about something before interjecting how I would go about it. Patience is delaying gratification without doubting the pleasure or worthiness of the gratification. Patience is marinating, not microwaving. Patience is active trust in the giver and the giver’s timing. Patience is waiting without wavering. Patience […]

Surrender and Contentment Strange Allies: Surrender and Contentment

Posted by Ashley Bell on July 18, 2019 in Contributing Author, Faith, Happiness, Unite, Build, Live

May and June are when we celebrate two of our most popular holidays. According to the National Retail Federation: just a little over $40 billion combined, was spent on gifts for Mother’s and Father’s Day. With all the hustle and bustle of families celebrating; husbands, wives, and kids searching for the perfect gift, or special […]

Duties as Assigned Duties as Assigned

Posted by Guest Blogger on July 11, 2019 in Faith, Guest Blogger, Unite, Build, Live

It was almost 11 years ago, I joined the registrar’s office at a local university. The first month in the position was pretty smooth and I remember the month ending with the sense that I knew some of the answers, or at least knew where to look to find them. The position brought great work-life […]