Be Still and Know that I Am God

Published Aug 4, 2020

By Joyel Vandenboogart God’s faithfulness never runs dry. God rested and we should too. It’s incredibly important and it allows us to produce more than we ever could on our own. The Bible verse Be Still and Know I am God is one of my least favorite verses, yet one of my life verses. I […]

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When Life’s an Uphill Climb

Published Jul 28, 2020

By Susie Larson If you’re in a season of hardship and life feels like an uphill climb, may you stay the course until Jesus tells you otherwise. May you determine NOT to make any rash decisions that you’ll later regret. May you instead, fix your eyes on Jesus and take your cues from Him. May […]

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Light in the Darkness

Published Jul 21, 2020

By Joyel Vandenboogart One of my favorite moments each day are sunsets and sunrises. Honestly, before kids I didn’t see many sunrises, but I love the hope they bring as it illuminate the sky and reminds me of God’s promises of restoration and newness each morning. The LIGHT breaking through the darkness just like the […]

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When God Seems Silent

Published Jul 14, 2020

By Susie Larson Never confuse God’s silence with His absence. He is near. He cares. And right now, He’s moving in your midst. God’s Word is every bit as powerful in seasons of silence as it is in times of revelation. If you’re struggling to hear what God is saying, speak His Word back to […]

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The Benefits of a Quiet Summer

Published Jul 7, 2020

By Becky Kopitzke Bible camp. Art camp. Swimming lessons. Youth group retreat. Run down the list of activities we’d planned for our kids this summer, and one by one they’ve each succumbed to the COVID cancellation phenomenon. My kids are bummed. And in danger of becoming hopelessly bored. But maybe that’s not such a bad […]

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