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Relational Equity
April 19th, 2024
By Rachael Wynne: We all crave relationships and have a desire to be in community with others. Why does it feel so hard all the time? It’s no secret that relationships are complicated! As we read through the story of Ruth, I am amazed at how well she is received by others....
Finding Favor in the Mundane
April 17th, 2024
By Guest Author | Ashley Piner: The story of Ruth teaches us to look for the powerful hand of God amidst the seemingly mundane facets of our lives. In the bustling rhythm of our lives, there are a multitude of tasks that we do without even thinking. ...
The Role of Humility
April 14th, 2024
By Steve Miller: In my life, I find myself constantly fighting the urge to progress or to climb the ladder. Whether it’s in my hobbies, in my work, or even in my family, I look for the next step for me to advance, to be a better Dad, husband, or employee....
Slow and Steady Wins the Race
April 12th, 2024
By Pastor Gina Robinson: As we continue to journey through the book of Ruth, I have discovered fragile places in my heart that still need attention and care. Somewhere in this journey called life, I forgot to be human and allow myself to feel and sit in what recently felt like rejection and abandonment....
A Friend Like Ruth
April 9th, 2024
By Theresa Golden: Have you ever had a time in your life where you were just unhappy? Maybe things didn’t turn out the way you thought they would. Maybe you lost a loved one, a job, or a friend. Maybe you simply aren’t as far along in your journey as you thought you would be at this point....
Decisions, Decisions, Decisions
April 8th, 2024
By Jake Haggard: Is there anything more mundane than making a decision? We all make decisions every single day. From the moment we begin our day, we are inundated with decisions that have to be made. ...
Between Miracles
April 5th, 2024
By Miranda Braden: Recently, I caught myself praying, “God, does this really matter to you?” Sometimes, I can pray for what I assume is a pretty small prayer on a God-sized scale. I found myself wondering if He really cares about the small details of my life. ...
Easter Reflection
April 3rd, 2024
By Pastor Miriam Wamer: I have vivid memories growing up as a PK in the 90s during the Easter Season: Creative and memorable Children’s Church lessons with salvation bracelet crafts (you know, the one with a pipe cleaner and colorful, plastic beads, each one representing a different part of the gospel), crescent roll tombs and disappearing marshmallows (mind-blowing and delicious), and vibrant gre...
Do You Remember?
April 1st, 2024
By Pastor Aaron Kennedy: Do you remember? “Why are you looking among the dead for someone who is alive? He isn’t here He is risen from the dead Remember what he told you back in Galilee, that the Son of Man must be betrayed into the hands of sinful men and be crucified, and that he would rise again on the third day.” ...
Jesus Stepped Forward
March 29th, 2024
By Pastor Michael Chandler: If you attended or watched our Maundy service, this post will be a continuation of a thought that I introduced at the close of the service. I have long been fascinated with the last few days of Jesus’ life. I can’t imagine the pressure of the moment He must have felt. ...
Hope for Our Humanity
March 27th, 2024
By Meghen Haggard: As we have journeyed through this series on the humanity of Jesus, I have found myself most drawn to Isaiah’s prophecy of Jesus as a “Man of Sorrows'.” ...
Revealed
March 25th, 2024
By Pate Leigh: When I think about sorrow, I initially squirm a little. I kind of don’t want to go there because it can be scary. It can be dark. It can feel like something we, in the modern world, would call “depression,” or at least… a form of it. I like to break things down, so let’s do that. ...
Man of Sorrows
March 22nd, 2024
Guest Author | Rachel Edwards: If you’ve ever been called “sensitive” or “emotional,” you may feel shame over your emotions or for feeling disappointment; but we have a friend in Jesus who recognizes our emotions and helps us process them in a God-honoring way....
Jesus Did, Too
March 20th, 2024
By Guest Author | Heather Hamilton: Do you ever find yourself in a situation or season and think, ‘No one else truly understands how I feel’? Yes? I’ve been there, too....
The Broken, Now Chosen
March 18th, 2024
By Pastor Mike Adkins: “When God chose you, He didn’t choose a perfect you; He chose the broken you.” – Pastor Aaron Kennedy ...

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