Posts about Freedom

Friends Forgive Friends Forgive: Part 2

Posted by Guest Blogger on July 9, 2017 in Faith, Forgivness, Freedom

Just a few days ago, Julia Mayo with Verity Fellowship began a conversation with us on how, as Christians, we have been forgiven. Here, she picks up where we left off in the discussion on our need to forgive others. If you’re struggling to offer up forgiveness to someone who has hurt you, you’ll find […]

Friends Forgive Friends Forgive: Part 1

Posted by Guest Blogger on July 6, 2017 in Faith, Forgivness, Freedom, Friendship

This week we’ve been focusing on forgiveness. It’s not easy! It hurts to BE hurt and it hurts to CAUSE hurt. But the word forgive in Greek is “alphiemi” which literally means to send away. When we can learn to forgive, we can learn to move forward. Today our guest blogger, Julia Mayo from Verity […]

Rumors Run Wild What to Do When Rumors Run Wild

Posted by Dalene Reyburn on June 15, 2017 in Community, Faith, Freedom

If you’ve spent even five minutes in the last 24 hours wondering (= mildly obsessing over) what a particular someone thought about what you said or did or wrote – this is for you. Paul says we shouldn’t let any unwholesome talk come out of our mouths – only what’s helpful for building others up. […]

Jesus is enough The World is Not Your Report Card

Posted by Guest Blogger on April 27, 2017 in Faith, Freedom

This week we have been taking a closer look at how we, as human beings, respond to failure. We all fall down – it happens. And just as in 2 Corinthians 5:17, we are reminded that those failures need not define us, only REFINE us. Today our dear friend and guest blogger, Kari Patterson, builds […]

Pamela Havey Lau Re-engaging In Friendships Is A Path Worth Taking

Posted by Joy Roberts on August 31, 2016 in Faith, Freedom, Friendship, Uncategorized

Written by Guest Blogger, Pamela Havey Lau Several years ago, I needed a friend outside of my current circle to help me navigate an extremely painful life experience.  Before I just randomly talked with anyone who came to mind, I made a list of what I needed in that counsel.  I remember the morning I […]