In keeping with the theme of the 4th of July this week, let’s spend a minute talking about the freedom we find in Jesus.
Happy 4th of July! Today our country turns 246 years old.
Encouragement in our lives, and the lives of others, can be life changing. In a world that can be difficult to navigate at times, hopefully this will inspire all of us.
Continuing with Genesis 22: verse 1-19. The other part that really sticks out in this story is that fact that Isaac’s father Abraham was a lot older than he was and was probably a lot weaker.
On June 10-11, our ministry partner Rise Ministries held their annual Christian Musical Festival called Rise Fest in Sheldon, Iowa. The two-day festival featured music, speakers, seminars, games, and other activities for people of all ages to share the gospel.
We looked at Genesis 22:1-19 yesterday. The verse that stood out to me was verse 8, when Isaac asked his father, "But where is…
Last Sunday we read through Genesis 22 verse 1-19. It’s a story of when Abraham took his son to the mountain where God told him to go and sacrifice his son Isaac.
Recently I attended the Pizza Ranch National Conference and my goal was to serve and be a blessing to those who were with me (my family) and to those who were in attendance (my fellow team members and our franchise community). To be completely honest, I had not specifically planned anything in particular, but I was praying and asking for God to show me His will in doing so. It was truly amazing how God flipped the script once I gave Him the reigns and allowed Him to lead.
The Harlan, IA Pizza Ranch hosted a great group at their restaurant on May 16 this year, the Civil Air Patrol Southwest Iowa Composite Squadron, for a Community Impact event. Their Cadets helped in the restaurant ...
Praise to the God of All Comfort Praise be to the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, the Father of compassion and the God of all comfort, who comforts us in all our troubles, so that we can comfort those in any trouble with the comfort we ourselves receive from God.
Sometimes we don't have the right words to express ourselves adequately when we or someone else is having a bad, sad, mad, day. I want to tell you that it's ok! We don't always have to express ourselves with words. Prayer has the power to overcome our inadequacies so God can be present and at work in us and through us.
We just finished our Pizza Ranch National Conference this week. Wow, what a blessing. Seeing, fellowshipping, worshiping and learning together was so, so good. It always reminds me of being at a family reunion. And