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Living My Faith

Revival!

Asbury University in Kentucky made the news a few weeks ago. After a chapel service on February 8, students stayed to sing and pray…

Friends & Family

Toxic friendships

I attended a leadership conference as a senior in high school. The speaker focused greatly on the importance of friendships. He kept repeating, “Show…

Bible 101

Let’s make heaven crowded!

Recently, every member of my family got sick. It was an awful, helpless feeling watching my kids burning with fevers and coughing so hard…

Living My Faith

The gift of a good group

When I was growing up in the church, I had no idea that I needed a group. Thanks to my mother, I would show…

Friends & Family

Cabin fever

Winter in the north is hard on machinery and people. Winter stops being crisp really fast. Ice-cold things grind slowly if they grind at…

Friends & Family

Thanksgiving memoir

“I thank my God every time I remember you. In all my prayers for all of you, I always pray with joy because of…

Living My Faith

Stuffed with wonder

I occasionally substitute teach in my son’s high school, and one of my highlights is reading Fahrenheit 451 with the American Lit. class. I…

Living My Faith

We can rally around Jesus

I live in a politically diverse state. This is a bad thing because it means we get an abundance of political commercials that try…

Friends & Family

Jesus feels your pain

Gerdi was invited to spend a weekend with her college friends, but she didn’t want to go. She had breast cancer, had lost all…

Friends & Family

To be at peace again

Some of the most comforting verses of the Bible are found in Acts 15:36-40: Some time later Paul said to Barnabas, “Let us go…

Depression & Anxiety

Messy comfort

My ten-year-old is a big stuffed animal guy. He sleeps with one fox, one dog, four bears, two monkeys, one woolly mammoth, and at…

Living My Faith

Your faith family tree

People have always been fascinated with tracing their genealogies and filling in the leaves on their family trees. There’s something comforting about knowing where…