In keeping with our Back to School focus this week, I was encouraged to find this video published by Freebridge Media.
The community of Sioux Center is like one giant family. When they have a member struggling, they all rally together and support that member. This was evident on August 13, 2018 when the Sioux Center community gathered at the local Pizza Ranch for a Community Impact Night to show their support for Roger and Diane Koele as Roger begins his battle against ALS.
1 Corinthians 15:58, The Message
We have school on our minds as we gather supplies and pack backpacks in preparation for the first day of a new year approaching for my kids. There’s a mix of nerves and excitement as the “big day” draws closer. Maybe you’re feeling some of these same things?
Every so often we come across something in life that gets us thinking deeper. This past week I had this happen to me. I heard a verse that I've read and heard about thousands of times, but for whatever reason it stuck with me. It made me want to look it up to see if I could understand it better.
Around a year ago I found an old box of cassette tapes. It took me time to find a cassette player that worked, but when I did I first listened to some of my old 1980's music like The Out field, Bon Jovi, Cinderella, etc. And then a couple of weeks ago, I came across some tapes from Promise Keepers events from the 1990s. Wow!
Donald from Pizza Ranch Manhattan took the time to help a senior guest cut chicken off the bone. She talked to the General Manager and told him how ...
Do you memorize scripture? I have found out that memorizing scripture helps me get through the challenges of facing sin every day. Proverbs 3 verses...
Mistakes, we all make them. The truth is mistakes are a part of our life and they make us stronger.
Today’s devotions were taken from a sermon that I heard recently. The sermon was titled "More Than Enough."
Who doesn’t love a great song that speaks to our hearts? Music is a gift from God and can be so powerful.
Last month, on July 19, many tornadoes ripped through Eastern Iowa. One of the communities struck was Marshalltown, IA.