Posts about Faith

The Risk of Embrace

Posted by Guest Blogger on March 26, 2020 in Community, Faith, Friendship, Guest Blogger

After arguing with God for a month, I gave in. “Okay, God,” I said. “I will go.” So, I joined this new church, like God told me to do. I went reluctantly, and with good reason. I was in no hurry to become invisible again. I spent the first three months listening to people with […]

Into The Wilderness: Alone Yet Together

Posted by Connie Armerding on March 19, 2020 in Connie Armerding, Contributing Author, Faith, Hope

I’ve had the same waking thought several times this past week. “Is this really happening?” Amidst my disbelief, it is clearly happening. Our cities, states, nation and world are systematically locking down and we are retreating to our respective dwelling places; alone, yet in it together. For some of us, the impact of the COVID […]

His Faithfulness in the Silence

Posted by Guest Blogger on March 12, 2020 in Faith, Guest Blogger, Hope, Prayer

I switched my not-quite-two year old into a “big boy bed” because we were ready for him to be a big brother and the baby would need his crib. It’d happen quickly, I figured, just like pregnancy happened with him. But then he grew out of the toddler bed and into a bunk bed, and […]

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 […]

We Wonder As We Wonder

Posted by Guest Blogger on February 20, 2020 in Faith, Guest Blogger, Unite, Build, Live, Wisdom

I have always been curious as to why two people can look at the same majestic sunset and have very different reactions. Is one person more spiritual or more enlightened?  While one person might be moved to tears by the wonder of the view, another might see the pinks and reds splashed in the sky […]