You Can’t Run On Empty

You Can’t Run On Empty

By Dayna Street It is a pretty amazing fact. I have never run out of gas in my car. I am not sure why. It is certainly not because I vigilantly watch my fuel gauge. And it is definitely not because I never cut it close. In fact, over the years, I have developed...
I Remember Those Words

I Remember Those Words

By Kristi Hall I remember those words…“This is not good”.  I was 17 weeks pregnant and having an ultrasound. We were excited to see if we were having a boy or girl. She, the nurse, uttered those words and left the room. I didn’t understand and fear gripped the very...
Hospitality that Speaks

Hospitality that Speaks

By Alli Hill At the start of this year, I wrote about having a heart for hospitality and my desire to live intentionally within the community in which God has placed me. I felt convicted of the need to open my home to others and set out to do just that. Over the past...
Discipline and the Law of Love

Discipline and the Law of Love

By Lee Stewart Do you remember when you first felt like a parent? For me it was not on day one. On day one I was a mother—nurturer, provider, and comforter. There was something very straightforward about the whole thing and something very natural for me to do: LOVE...
Back to the Future

Back to the Future

By Jean Stockdale Let’s face it. Most days we operate in survival mode. Getting a shower is usually out of the question. You wear whatever is on the top of the pile in the middle of your closet floor. Fixing your hair consists of putting on a hat. Make-up is a waste...

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