While reading a plan on the Lord’s Prayer I found some questions that are very interesting.
We all go through stages in life, right? Some of you are empty nesters and maybe grandparents now. Some of you, like me, are in the high school years with children and are facing the first “lasts” of senior year of high school, which can make almost any mama
I love listening to audiobooks, including audio Bible. It allows me to multi-task because I can listen as I garden, exercise, drive, or prepare…
How the Pizza Ranch ownership group in Cottage Grove, MN is making an impact
What is the place called "Decapolis" in the Bible?
We’ve been slowly walking through the Book of Psalms, and this week we’re looking at (Psalm 49). The Psalms do such a great job of talking about the topics and emotions we most often deal with in life.
This past weekend I went for a bike ride and stopped by this bridge/creek for a break. I hadn't biked in a couple months, and was looking forward to getting to this point and stopping. There's always something calming about the scenery and the quiet noise of the flowing water. However, as I approached the bridge something else caught my eye.
The Hull Pizza Ranch recently launched a new program with the local police department and the Boyden-Hull Community School. The program is called "Busted."
As Christians one of our goals is to role model the way Christ lived. But how exactly do we do that?
What are you facing today? This week? This year? God knows the path you're on and wants you to hold on to him. Whether your trials are a challenge for today or a crisis lasting several weeks or years, hold on to the one that created you and loves you.
Take a minute to jot down on a piece of paper all the things that come to you when you stop to think about what you think about. . . As you look at your list, how many of these items have you prayed about or taken to God? How many of these thoughts are worth thinking about altogether? What strategies do you use to center your thoughts? In the words of Ralph Waldo Emerson, "You are what you think all day long!"