Thursday Thoughts – Where is your focus? What do you spend most of your time doing and thinking about? How about where you spend your…
A story from Rob at the Morris, MN Pizza Ranch. Rob and his wife Mel were able to support a local family as their community grieved the unexpected loss of Casey, a young father and husband.
Ever feel confused about who you are or ask the question “who am I?” Ever felt like you weren’t living up to someone else’s expectations?
When was the last time you helped a neighbor? Summer time is a great time to be out walking around the neighborhood.
If you've been following along with us, we're making our way through the book of Acts in the Bible. Today we asked the question, "Have you ever believed in something to be true, so true that you'd defend it with all its worth, only to find out later that you were wrong?" This question involves deep-seeded beliefs that one might take to the grave. In Acts 9:43-10:48 we see a few examples of these types of beliefs being challenged in the early Christian church. Do these same beliefs challenge us today?
Whatever my lot, thou hast taught me to say.
"We were so happy to give back to the community where mother's choose life in their pregnancies," said co-owner Vicki Sedivec. "God is so faithful and we can't wait to share more of how He moved mountains."
I keep this post-it note at my desk of a line from a well-known hymn as a constant reminder about God's faithfulness.
It's easy to stick to the "norms" of life and not stray away from your routine or your comfort zone.
Today's devotion picks up in the Book of Acts with Peter going throughout the region to visit, encourage, and build up the church and its people. There had been so much persecution that it was driving people out of Jerusalem and into the surrounding lands. Now was a time a peace and growth. The church was expanding quickly and today's story shows how the Holy Spirit was making that happen through the stories of others. Read Acts 9:31-43
The word 'grace' appears 8 times in the Old Testament (NIV) and then jumps to 123 appearances in the New Testament. Wonder why that is?
The Portage, WI Police and Fire Department recently presented Steve Kilian