Posts with the tag “trust”
In God We Trust
by Theresa Golden on May 26th, 2023
By Theresa Golden: Over the past month, we’ve been talking about Marriage and Family. It’s been a healthy time to evaluate and reflect. Some points may have even stepped on our toes.
Journey of Trust
by Theresa Golden on May 24th, 2023
By Rachael Wynne: When I was teenager, I dreamed of what it would be like to get married. I was convinced that the person I would marry would be my best friend, know literally everything about me, and it would be this effortless fairytale.
A Place At The Table
by Theresa Golden on May 22nd, 2023
By Nikki Bailey: Throughout the year, there are several special occasions that bring “The Baileys” together, and food is always the center.
Creating Space For Trust
by Theresa Golden on May 19th, 2023
By Theresa Golden: Growing up, we always ate as a family at the dinner table. My dad finished work at 5:00pm, and we were sitting down together by 5:30pm without fail. It was a sacred time for our family. Holding hands around the table, we’d pray for our meal, our family, and those we loved.
Loosen Your Grip
by Theresa Golden on May 17th, 2023
By Pastor Tyler Braden: Trust - What an interesting concept. It’s something that we crave from other people. It’s also one of the hardest things for us to give back to those same people.
He Is For You
by Theresa Golden on May 15th, 2023
By Pastor Gina Robinson: In a time of reflection this week , I was reminded of this: “If Jesus was looking for perfectly qualified people, He would have picked the Pharisees. He picked the opposite.”
Closer Than A Brother
by Theresa Golden on May 12th, 2023
By Theresa Golden: I recently went on a trip and had to fly in an airplane. While I love the convenience of flying, I don’t love the whole experience itself. With every bump, shake, drop, or rumble, my heart races and seemingly stops as I imagine what could possibly go wrong, and I pray. I pray a lot.
Trust In Marriage
by Theresa Golden on May 10th, 2023
By Steve Miller: When I think of trust in marriage, I’m reminded of how I felt while dating others before marriage. As a people-pleaser, every move or decision I made was so fragile.
We Are Needy
by Theresa Golden on May 8th, 2023
By Megan Holland: In this message series art, there is a bag of food. I’m sure you are wondering why. What does food have to do with trust?
Grounded In Truth
by Theresa Golden on May 5th, 2023
By Pate Leigh: As I sit and contemplated the message series, the meaning of trust and how it applies to my life reminds me of an agreement my wife and I made regarding our daughter, Maeve, and how we raise her.
by Theresa Golden on May 3rd, 2023
By Jake Haggard: Trust is such a tricky thing. On the one hand, trust requires complete faith in someone, but on the other hand, trust is earned. Hopefully, the longer we get to know someone, the more we begin to trust them.
Family on the Defense
by Theresa Golden on May 1st, 2023
By Miranda Braden: The book of Nehemiah is a beautiful picture of fighting for what you love. It shows intentionality, loyalty, and resilience. All are needed when fighting for our families, or in Nehemiah's case, Jerusalem.
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