Posts about Love

Unity: A Divine Mandate Unity: A Divine Mandate

Posted by Joy Roberts on July 12, 2018 in Community, Faith, Joy Roberts, Love, Unite, Build, Live

When you see unity you want it. It’s a beautiful thing and I think God hardwired that longing into our DNA as humans. A handful of years ago I was in a stadium filled with thousands of people at a Christian leadership conference. It was men and women, old and young, leaders and laymen, from […]

Investing in our Present Investing in the Present

Posted by Guest Blogger on June 14, 2018 in Faith, Guest Blogger, Hope, Love, Wisdom

He screamed an ugly scream at the top of his lungs. The first time I took my son to this Mimi’s Cafe it was a learning experience. He was one year old when we met just days before and I don’t imagine he’d spent much time in public places. For some reason he chose that […]

God's Love Compels Us to Love God’s Love Compels Us to Love

Posted by Connie Armerding on March 1, 2018 in Connie Armerding, Contributing Author, Faith, Family, Love

The last of all the car doors shut. The kids all rushed inside and although I typically follow suit, I waited. Leaning my head into the steering wheel, I sat there in the quiet. My voice broke the silence. It started as a scream and turned into a wail. In the confines of my locked […]

The Window Seat The Window Seat

Posted by Guest Blogger on February 12, 2018 in Faith, Guest Blogger, Love

Smiling and giggling, the boy thrashes out of my hug like a lake trout; heedlessly springing over the circle of my arms like a robust gazelle calf to escape. It is a game, but truly he does not wish to be embraced. Even at this tender age he is perhaps a little embarrassed by my […]

Watch My Words

Posted by Guest Blogger on June 9, 2017 in Community, Faith, Love

Written by Guest Blogger, Jill King Remember our parents saying “If you don’t have anything nice to say, don’t say it at all” throughout our childhood? Or my personal favorite, “Make good choices!” At the time I’m certain I rolled my eyes so far back in my head. I was the third child and such […]