Happily-ever-after would seem laughable, on a good day, if Holly’s hope rested in everything falling into place around her. But suffering no longer symbolizes failure to her...
Category: Faith That Endures
Eyes for Eternity: Kathy Johnston
I hate weeds! One of my first jobs as a young teen was to “walk beans.” If you didn’t grow up in the Midwest, you probably have no idea what in the world that means!
Eyes for Eternity: Stefanie McGowan
Spring is coming! It's a powerful thing to know that winter eventually fades, isn't it? To know that cold, hard times don't last forever?
Eyes for Eternity: Randi Peck
There was a time I fought for, not against, that which the world says is important. I allowed control, comparison, and covetousness to rule my soul for many years...
Eyes for Eternity: Brennan Hamrin
The seed that “hears the Word and is choked out by the cares of the world and the deceitfulness of riches” is my favorite! It's my favorite because it hits close to home....
Strength to Stand: Stefanie McGowan
The enemy knows exactly where to attack us, doesn’t he? He sees our weakness, the tender parts of our heart that need refining, and the places where we need growth. He prowls, seeking just the right opportunity..
Strength to Stand: Holly Dyer
Life has taken on somewhat of a new meaning to me this week. As I join with my church family to pray for a miracle for our friend and dear sister in the Lord, Stephanie, the fragility of life has been fresh on my mind…
Christina Kaiserman never felt victimized, growing up with her single mom. Like many of the other 17.4 million children being raised in single-parent families in the U.S., this was simply her reality...
Ears to Hear: Kathy Johnston
When the gospel is shared, we are not guaranteed that the “seed” will take root and grow... The sower’s job is to spread the seed, but the condition of the soil is what determines whether the seed will take root. God’s word is always perfect, but the soil is not always good.
Ears to Hear: Stefanie McGowan
Happy 2017! How’s your New Year? Does it feel fresh and new? Is it starting messier than you’d planned? The new year in Southern Oregon started with record-breaking snow - more than we’ve seen in almost 100 years!...