Posts about Freedom

Ask. Seek. Knock. Ask. Seek. Knock.

Posted by Guest Blogger on October 31, 2019 in Faith, Freedom, Wisdom

Radical Love Involves Radical Surrender. We are told that if we ask, seek, and knock, things will be given, found, and opened to us (Matt 7:7). But, are we knocking on the doors we want for ourselves, or those that are surrendered to God? Are we healing in faith and assured power, or hiding behind […]

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 […]

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 […]

Ebenezer Stones Ebenezer Stones

Posted by Guest Blogger on May 9, 2019 in Faith, Freedom, Guest Blogger, Uncategorized

“I will remember the deeds of the LORD; I will remember Your wonders of old. I will ponder all Your work, and meditate on Your mighty deeds. Your way, O God, is holy.”  – Psalms 77:11-13 For the last several years I’ve dreamt of hosting an event where a group of friends come over with […]

Courage Living with Courage

Posted by Guest Blogger on May 2, 2019 in Faith, Freedom, Guest Blogger, Unite, Build, Live

When I reflect on the idea of courage, a particular moment from high school stands out in my mind. Two of my close friends (both of whom happened to be large, broad-shouldered, football players) were physically brawling in front of our school. Upon realizing what was happening, I marched my 5’6” frame through the crowd […]