Posts about Friendship

The Power of We The Power of We

Posted by Joy Roberts on September 22, 2017 in Faith, Family, Friendship, Joy Roberts

I recently experienced the overwhelming joy and heartache of dropping my first-born son off at college. Google tells me the University of Denver is 1,263 miles away.  Just thinking about this spirals me into an emotional flip-flop. On one hand, I’m super proud of my son Sterling. I want him to go off to college. […]

Believing is good; following is better Believing is Good. Following is Better.

Posted by Guest Blogger on July 13, 2017 in Faith, Friendship

Being a believer in Christ is good, isn’t it? It’s good to know that the Lord loves us no matter what. And isn’t it even better to know that we, as believers, get to follow in his footsteps and pass on that love? In today’s post, our friend Mary Liebert from The Verity Fellowship sheds […]

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 […]

I Get to Be Me; You Get to Be You I Get to Be Me and You Get to Be You

Posted by Connie Armerding on June 22, 2017 in Faith, Family, Friendship

Relationships are tricky. Just when I think I have the rules of engagement figured out, I realize that they aren’t easily applied in any situation, because we are all different. It was in my formative years that I learned that relationships don’t always fall nicely into place. I have a sister that is 21 months […]

I Am For You I Am For You

Posted by Jana Detrick on June 1, 2017 in Faith, Friendship, Love

“Let us think of ways to motivate one another to acts of love and good works.” – Hebrews 10:24 I’m in a season of my life of rebuilding after a lot of things have fallen apart. The rug was pulled out from under me and I have in many ways started from scratch. Hitting the […]