Posts about Freedom

Live Redeemed Live Redeemed

Posted by Kerri Weiland on December 6, 2018 in Faith, Freedom, Guest Blogger

Words lose their power when they become too familiar to us. Redemption is a powerful word that has become familiar, but it is meant to impact our life. Merriam Webster defines the word redeem this way: to exchange something in one’s possession for something possessed by another. In our daily lives we are constantly making […]

Jesus: My Dwelling Place

Posted by Guest Blogger on November 23, 2018 in Faith, Freedom, Guest Blogger

Abide. Wow. What a word and promise to me. The last eight months have been some of the most gut-wrenching of my life. I have watched dreams that I have dreamt since I was a little girl get ripped from my hands. After a series of events earlier this year my husband, Alex, and I […]

A Gift: Undeserved and Unpayable

Posted by Guest Blogger on October 11, 2018 in Faith, Freedom, Guest Blogger, Happiness

Have you ever stopped to wonder why your family or friends love you? Sifting through the times you were especially kind to them and did them favors might’ve earned a smidgen of affection from them. Yet, they truly love you despite what you do or how you act. An unconditional love that only God can […]

Social Persecution Surviving Social Persecution

Posted by Guest Blogger on July 5, 2018 in Community, Faith, Freedom, Guest Blogger

“Blessed [comforted by inner peace and God’s love] are those who are persecuted for doing that which is morally right, for theirs is the kingdom of heaven [both now and forever].” (Matthew 5:10 Amplified) A few days ago I was on Twitter and happened to land on a post by one of my favorite Bible […]

The Dance of Grace and Truth Drop the Rock: Jesus’ Grace and Truth

Posted by Guest Blogger on May 10, 2018 in Faith, Forgiveness, Freedom, Guest Blogger

A woman screams in terror as a mob of religious leaders push and shove her towards the city temple. She’s half-dressed because the group of condemners had plotted and waited to catch her in the act. Arriving at the temple steps, the angry crowd shoves her to the ground. She’s covering her face with her […]