Pursuing God

Pursuing God

By Amy Wootton Babies have different cries. There is the ‘hurt cry’. Many times I’ll be home and I hear a big thud from upstairs. I usually stop and wait to see if that thud will be followed by a delayed scream (resulting in me sprinting up the stairs, which totally...
Sink And Know

Sink And Know

By Jodie Frye “Why do you love God?” she asked. I thought for just a second and remembered something beautiful the Lord had recently shown me. “Oh there are so many reasons. But there’s one that isn’t all that reason-able,” I answered....
Lord, Don’t You Care?

Lord, Don’t You Care?

By Leslie Hollowell I remember sitting on my bathroom floor one Saturday morning, tears streaming down my face as I asked God the question, “Lord, don’t you care?” “Don’t you care that I’m lonely and sad and overwhelmed?” Fourteen months earlier I had sold my house,...
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...
Learning to See

Learning to See

by Laura There is a fascinating children’s book that a friend introduced to me many years ago, and I’ve never forgotten the pages. As they turn, you become aware of a sort of optical illusion. You aren’t entirely sure what you are seeing. Intricate and beautiful...

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