5 Resolutions That Could Actually Change Your Life … #2: Forget Not

By Tracy Lane | January 10, 2018 | 3 Comments

It seems like we’re always forgetting…where we put our keys, what time that appointment was, what tonight’s dinner menu is supposed to be. It’s so easy to forget because as women we’re always rushing onward, trudging our families forward in our trajectory of life. I think we’re forgetting something much more serious than our purses […]

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Welcome the Seasons, Surrender to the Seasons

By Barbara Rainey | September 14, 2017 | 12 Comments

September sunrises awaken with refreshingly cool air. Autumn sunsets showcase glory just past suppertime. And fall marketing campaigns for new TV shows and movies tell us the world is about to end as aliens invade, warming seas submerge our shores, and life as we know it will surely be altered forever. Let’s talk about that […]

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What Keeps You From Going to God?

By Barbara Rainey | August 9, 2017 | 7 Comments

Have you felt nervous about your prayers? Maybe you’ve wondered if you need to be desperate, use the right words, or pray at certain times in order to get the answer you want. Jesus taught us to pray. He modeled prayers for His disciples, but He didn’t give a list of rules for prayer. His […]

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A Prayer for Your Community … Every Day of the Week

By Janel Breitenstein | May 24, 2017 | 9 Comments

As we’re launching the next generation of adults out into the world, into communities, let’s focus on praying for our community this week. There are needs all around us. As you pray, pray for a graduate you know who can impact his or her new community for God’s glory. Sunday: Spiritual Needs Bread of Life, […]

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Graduation Thoughts for All of Us

By Barbara Rainey | May 18, 2017 | 6 Comments

Does your family have a graduation this year? If not, I imagine you have received an announcement or two in the mail from someone who is marking this transition in life. May and June are booked annually with academic graduations of all kinds. From the newly-popular kindergarten graduations to the traditional ceremonies marking the end of high school, […]

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