Posts about Unite, Build, Live

Honoring Invisible Suffering

Posted by Guest Blogger on February 27, 2020 in Community, Guest Blogger, Unite, Build, Live, Wisdom

I’ve finally figured out how to divide up screen time between my four children. Personal profiles that can be programmed to each of their own preferences were especially helpful. I thought it was a victory, or at least a reasonable option to help quell the fighting, and I wasn’t wrong. The seemingly simple solution did […]

We Wonder As We Wonder

Posted by Guest Blogger on February 20, 2020 in Faith, Guest Blogger, Unite, Build, Live, Wisdom

I have always been curious as to why two people can look at the same majestic sunset and have very different reactions. Is one person more spiritual or more enlightened?  While one person might be moved to tears by the wonder of the view, another might see the pinks and reds splashed in the sky […]

Interlocked

Posted by Ashley Bell on February 6, 2020 in Ashley Bell, Community, Freedom, Friendship, Unite, Build, Live

February is African American History month. A time set apart to acknowledge the contributions of African Americans in the building of our country. These contributions are not to be relegated to just one month but to be acknowledged on a regular basis, because they are woven throughout the fabric of our nation. It ought to […]

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 […]

Civil Discourse Civil Discourse

Posted by Ashley Bell on October 3, 2019 in Ashley Bell, Contributing Author, Faith, Unite, Build, Live

I think it’s safe to say that one of the fatal flaws in the Evangelical Christian Church today is our inability to talk to one another civilly about pressing culturally relevant issues facing our society. Within the last four years this has become increasingly more evident amidst our ever changing, and overly aggressive political climate. […]