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From Hearing to Knowing From Hearing to Knowing

Posted by Guest Blogger on December 5, 2019 in Faith, Guest Blogger, Hope, Love

“Faith comes by hearing and hearing from the Word of God.” This phrase has been ringing in my head as I’ve spent time thinking about faith,  wondering what it really means. This phrase of Scripture is one that I learned as a child. I put it in my memory bank of Bible verses and Sunday […]

Believe Believe

Posted by Guest Blogger on November 28, 2019 in Guest Blogger, Hope, Wisdom

Have you ever believed in something that ended up in crushing disappointment or embarrassment? Did the experience make you stop believing? Did it make you change what you believed? When we realize life is hard, and some of our believing is crushed by broken promises, unmet expectations, hurt feelings, or disappointments, we have a tendency […]

Necessary Conversations

Posted by Guest Blogger on November 7, 2019 in Guest Blogger, Prayer, Wisdom

Google the word prayer and you will get about 830,000,000 results. Prayer is obviously something that people are curious about and often is something that we complicate more than necessary. Because of its importance, we feel that a simple approach is not effective. But prayer is just a personal conversation, “a spiritual transaction with the […]

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 […]

We Belong We Belong

Posted by Guest Blogger on October 10, 2019 in Faith, Guest Blogger, Hope, Unite, Build, Live

As a young girl I had a lot of friends. I got along along with most everyone and anyone. But I never felt like I belonged. It was like I had a voice telling me I was different. That no one was really like me. No one thought the way I did or felt the […]