Tuesday Truths - Proverbs 17
"As iron sharpens iron, so a friend sharpens a friend."
Monday Mission - Trust
When we hear the word “Trust” what words do you think of? Below are so words I think of:
Friday Devotional – Commit
We’ve been slowly walking through the Book of Psalms, and this week we’re looking at (Psalm 37). The Psalms do such a great job of talking about the topics and emotions we most often deal with in life.
Thursday Thought - What does worshiping God in heaven look like?
Revelation chapter 4
Wednesday Story of Impact - Anthony, KS Pizza Ranch
When the new Pizza Ranch opened in Anthony, KS they made a big impact in their community.
Tuesday Truth - God's Grace is Sufficient
We might think at times that we have sinned so bad that God cannot possibly love us. Or that we somehow fall short by…
Monday Mission - Love Your Neighbor
Friday Devotional - Paul's ministry in Philippi, the Colony of Heaven
Learning from Ray Vander Laan's Bible study series "A Clash of Kingdoms".
Thursday Thoughts - History of St. Patrick's Day
Content provided by guest writer, Jenna Finkenhoefer. As we celebrate St. Patrick’s day this week, I took a minute to do some research on who St. Patrick was (courtesy of Wikipedia).
Wednesday Stories of Impact - RiseFest 2023
RiseFest is a two-day Christian Music Festival that features the nation’s top Christian artists and speakers, as well as seminars, activities for kids of all ages, ministry outreach, camping, and much more.
Tuesday Truth - There is Hope
Content provided by guest writer, Jenna Finkenhoefer. A few years ago, I was walking through the garden area in early spring, and saw in a sheltered area crocuses that were starting to emerge and bloom. I commented to the person who was gardening that I was so happy to see any signs of spring. His reply was “It’s God’s way of letting us know there is hope.”
Monday Mission - Remember There is a Reason for Every Season
Content provided by guest writer, Jenna Finkenhoefer. I’ll be the first to admit it. This time of year between winter and spring is difficult for me. Living in the Midwest, I’m guessing that I’m not alone in this sentiment. In mid-February I begin counting the days until time changes. Each day as the snow starts to melt and I see earth in my garden and flower beds...