Posts with the tag “2023”

Through the Eyes of a Donkey
by Theresa Golden on April 28th, 2023
By Theresa Golden: Here in Eastern Tennessee, we’re surrounded by a good bit of farmland, rolling hills, and pastures full of beautiful horses and cattle. But one thing we began to notice was that there was at least one donkey in every herd. Never having noticed this before, we asked a friend what this was all about.  Read More
Faith To Surrender
by Theresa Golden on April 26th, 2023
By Meghen Haggard: A quick Google search will tell you that the definition of surrender is “to cease resistance and submit to another’s authority.” Yikes. The part of me that loves control does not love yielding that control to someone else.  Read More
In The Fire
by Theresa Golden on April 24th, 2023
By Pastor Mike Adkins: It’s almost as if each day of my life inherently includes a different adventure. This could be a direct result of the fact that I have three daughters, all under the age of ten.   Read More
It Is Well With My Soul
by Theresa Golden on April 21st, 2023
By Theresa Golden: Maybe you grew up like me, singing these lyrics on Sunday morning, with hymnal in hand. This song was my favorite. Something about the words settled deep within my soul every time we sang them.   Read More
The Front Porch
by Theresa Golden on April 19th, 2023
By Pastor Scott Conner (Legacy Pastor): There is a great country song recorded by Lonestar with the lyrics, “the view I love the most is from my front porch looking in." The best view from his porch is not what is out front but what is going on inside.  Read More
Keep On Asking...Once Isn't Enough
by Theresa Golden on April 17th, 2023
By Elliotte Pearson (Elder): Luke 11:1-13 is very familiar to most of us. It is the passage where the disciples approach Jesus after listening to His prayer session. They ask Him, “teach us how to pray,” then Jesus proceeds to instruct them in the Lord's prayer.  Read More
A Happy, Healthy Life
by Theresa Golden on April 14th, 2023
By Theresa Golden: Spring has sprung, Easter has passed, and summer is quickly approaching. As the days grow longer and warmer, we may even feel like we have a new lease on life. If only we could bottle up for the rest of the year. What if I told you that we can?  Read More