Kindness Revisited By Kristin Demery

The idea began, as so many good ideas do, over coffee. It was November, and my two friends and I were already lamenting the upcoming holiday busyness and the ever-increasing length of our children’s Christmas lists. It was Julie who posed the question: What if we refocused our kids’ attention on giving rather than getting? …

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Perspective: Pt 2 By Andrea Olson

What if we took our eyes off of ourselves and surrendered the attitudes of our hearts over to a loving Father in order to see the truth of the season we are in. If I can surrender my day, my family, my job, I think I can also surrender my ministry…  How do we do …

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When You Quit Church…

Hello Friends, This week, I handed over the keyboard to one of our staff members to share her heart and journey as a volunteer in ministry. I hope you enjoy. Joyfully, Andrea For the purpose of clarity. There are two ways leaders leave. They either leave because they love the Church or they leave because …

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Who Are You : An Outsider’s Perspective

God calls all of us to ministry. There isn’t a single one of us who hasn’t been placed with the purpose to share Jesus and make disciples. None of us are exempt from “walking worthy”. For some, this calling is to step in front of the body of Christ to lead us before the throne …

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Renewed Intention

I heard a sermon a few weeks ago during sanctity of human life Sunday. The same question has been on my mind since. Am I consistently valuing people? The sermon broke down the dignity of human life to a simple concept. What if we stopped waiting for a significant moment to prove our faith, and …

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