Posts about Faith

Testify: Live What You Believe Testify: Live What You Believe

Posted by Guest Blogger on February 14, 2019 in Faith, Freedom, Guest Blogger, Unite, Build, Live

The main reason many people end up getting hurt by Christians is because they proclaim the good gospel, but live as if it is not what they believe. In the Old Testament, “hypocrite” was synonymous to “actor”. Therefore, if I were to refer to someone as a hypocrite, I am saying that that person is an actor. An actor […]

Know Your Value Know Your Value

Posted by Connie Armerding on February 7, 2019 in Connie Armerding, Contributing Author, Faith, Family, Forgiveness, Marriage, Unite, Build, Live

Inexplicably life has a way of revealing common threads from what seem to be completely unrelated events, seasons, and experiences. One such thread for me has just so happened to center around a household appliance. I know, odd. The story line spans over 15 years, but has come to represent a recurring testimony of the […]

Rehabilitation God's Way Rehabilitation God’s Way

Posted by Guest Blogger on January 31, 2019 in Faith, Guest Blogger, Unite, Build, Live

Rehabilitation (noun): 1 – The action of restoring someone to health or normal life through training and therapy after imprisonment, addiction, or illness. The last six months of my life have centered on physical rehabilitation. On July 17, 2018 I checked in to Kaiser Westside Hospital for a right total knee replacement. I’ve been challenged […]

Love Heals Love Heals

Posted by Becky Cancelosi on January 24, 2019 in Contributing Author, Faith, Love, Unite, Build, Live

Called   I was born on a humid Hawaiian bathroom floor in a beanbag chair on the island of Oahu, delivered by a mechanical engineer, and named by the Holy Spirit at the moment I took my first breath. As soon as my dad caught me, surprised, he announced in a deep loud voice, “Rebekah!” […]

You: A Vision of Revival You: a Vision of Revival

Posted by Guest Blogger on January 17, 2019 in Faith, Freedom, Guest Blogger, Wisdom

At times I view the span of my life like the passing of a single year. Our old-timey symbols of a new year [baby and elder] mirror the idea that our lives follow an expected rise and decline when it comes to youthful qualities like potential, beauty, energy, inventiveness. Auld lang syne and such; celebrate […]