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Memorial Day

Monday Mission - Memorial Day

Every holiday in the community where I live, our city park is covered with flags honoring our Veterans and it is so beautiful. Then on the Saturday before Memorial Day, I visited the

Man with head in hands depicting anxiousness

Friday Devotional - Turning Anxiousness to Excitement

I see and hear about a lot of anxious people these days. People are scrambling to do their due diligence in life. There’s spouses, kids, and grandkids. There’s church, work and errands. There’s life…and all that comes with it. But we also need to start turning that anxiousness into excitement. God’s got us…He’s got you. (Psalm 5:1-3) talks about crying out to God with our needs, and then waiting with anticipation to see what He’ll do with it. When you feel anxiousness welling up in your life, flip the switch in your mind. Give it over to the Lord, trust that the Holy Spirit will help, and then be excited to see what God does with it.

Thursday Thoughts - Bible Legitimacy

Have you ever wondered if the Bible is truly God's holy and inspired word? Or how reasonable is it to believe that what we find written is legitimate?

Wednesday Story of Impact

You probably already know about Pizza Ranch's commitment to community impact. This can typically be seen during community impact nights where volunteers host a…

Micah 6:8b on a cement wall. "and to love mercy, and to walk humbly with thy God."

Friday Devotional- Jesus in the Book of Micah

We’ve been working through the Old Testament looking for the New Testament Jesus hundreds, even thousands, of years before He was born. They’re all great stories on their own, but they absolutely paint a picture of who Jesus will be and what he’ll do for those who believe. Jesus claimed that the entire Old Testament pointed to Him (Luke 24:27; John 5:46). Since the Book of Micah is a part of the OT, let’s take a look to see how it points to Jesus.

Brightly colored balloons in the sky

Thursday Thought - Rejoicing when you die

I recently read a book that referenced an old saying from an American Indian tribe, "When you were born you cried and the world rejoiced. Live your life in such a way that when you die the world cries and you rejoice." What a great life philosophy!

Person standing on the edge of a cliff with a light ahead of her

Tuesday Truth - Rescued, Purchased and Forgiven

One of my favorite things about summer is that it stays light out longer. I enjoy being able to be outside in the evenings, either going for a walk or even just having light streaming into the house. It makes sense to me that God refers to his kingdom as one of light.