LeAnn Flesher tells us what it means to her to be: a woman, a woman of faith and woman called to ministry.
Pray without ceasing. – 1 Thessalonians 5:17 I admit that I’m not much of a fan of devotions. And yet, here I am writing one. I worry that short, written devotions may inspire good feelings and nice thoughts, but with … Continue reading Lenten Reflection – by Chris SchelinContinue reading →
I moved away from my hometown when I was 17 and I moved out of my home state when I was 21. Since then, I have never lived less than 700 miles from my family. Over the years, I have … Continue reading Lenten Reflection – by Ryan ParkerContinue reading →
Listening to NPR, I was reminded of Lent. Scott Simon was interviewing author David Mamet about his new book. And, both being from Chicago, they were reminiscing. David Mamet’s book is about the mob and about two peripheral characters, peripheral … Continue reading Lenten Reflection – by Cynthia NelsonContinue reading →
Can I as an individual really make a difference? I have no super powers or unique talents. My intelligence level, to be honest, is very average. What impact could I have on solving the ills of our society? Let us … Continue reading Lenten Reflection – by Leon TaylorContinue reading →
Allison Tanner tells us what it means to her to be: a woman, a woman of faith and woman called to ministry.
Now that we are into the Lenten season, most have made a decision on how they will observe Lent. For those who have yet to make a choice, but do not favor fasting or abstinence, there are still many options. … Continue reading Lenten Reflection – by Leon TaylorContinue reading →
On Suffering “While it’s true that some people become more resilient through suffering, and other people become more embittered through very similar suffering, it’s hard for any of us to conceive of a life without suffering. The Christian faith does … Continue reading Lenten Devotion – Pastor JimContinue reading →