Posts about Hope

Deep Roots in Faith Deep Roots in Faith

Posted by Connie Armerding on February 3, 2018 in Connie Armerding, Contributing Author, Faith, Happiness, Hope

Have your roots planted deep in Christ. Grow in Him. Get your strength from Him. Let Him make you strong in the faith as you have been taught. Your life should be full of thanks to Him. (Colossians 2:7) Several years ago we inherited two potted Japanese Maples from my parents. From time to time we […]

Making the Most of Our Time Making the Most of Our Time

Posted by Guest Blogger on February 2, 2018 in Faith, Guest Blogger, Happiness, Hope

Do you ever look around yourself and think, “Wow, that person gets more done in a day than I get done in a week!” Maybe it’s the newness of the New Year, but January always seems to bring the question: How can I use my time better? It’s not a bad question for God’s people […]

Live Joyfully Live Joyfully

Posted by Guest Blogger on January 25, 2018 in Faith, Guest Blogger, Happiness, Hope

Do you rejoice, always? That’s hard to answer a definitive “yes!” to. Today, our friend Mary Liebert from The Verity Fellowship dives in to James’ command to count it all as joy, including the trials and tribulations we all face. Read on to hear more about the joy that God requires us to seek! “Rejoice Always.” […]

Move Through the Darkness Move Through the Darkness

Posted by Connie Armerding on January 18, 2018 in Connie Armerding, Contributing Author, Faith, Hope, Prayer

Our family recently moved to a new town, and the process of finding a rental house was difficult. No house is perfect and even our group of finalists each had little drawbacks. In the end, I was most drawn to the house we’re now living in because of all its windows. There are oversized windows […]

New Creation New Creation

Posted by Guest Blogger on January 6, 2018 in Faith, Freedom, Guest Blogger, Hope

Written by guest blogger, Jocelyn Stein January 1st is my Dad’s birthday, and his sixth one in heaven. Although I’m pretty sure time looks completely different to him now.  I don’t think he’s marching along on our chronological clock, celebrating what would have been his 64th year.  I think he’s busy being a new creation, […]