He’s Waiting on You

By Barbara Rainey | May 12, 2017 | 2 Comments

When I was a child my mother had a coke bottle filled with water. She had a rubber stopper plugging the top. And on top of that a metal circle full of tiny holes that looked and acted like a mini shower head. She used it to sprinkle the clothes, getting them just lightly damp, before she […]

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You Could Never Ask Too Much of God

By Barbara Rainey | May 5, 2017 | 2 Comments

Family relationships are woven through the Bible story starting with God our Father, Christ our brother, and the Spirit our Comforter Friend. To this royal Trinity, and their perfect relationship, we are collectively invited to come. Not for correction or judgment but for the soothing gift of mercy and grace. “Let us draw near” is […]

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How long is an Age?

By Barbara Rainey | April 28, 2017 | 1 Comment

Do you know when Jesus spoke the words in this verse? (Ask your family and wait for answers.) To whom did Jesus direct this promise? (Again, ask and wait.) Matthew recorded these words, spoken to His disciples, which includes you and me, as the last words Jesus spoke before ascending back into heaven.  How many […]

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Never Forgotten

By Tracy Lane | April 21, 2017 | 2 Comments

Have you ever been forgotten? Left behind? Overlooked for someone else to be chosen instead? It happens to all of us. But it still hurts. The betrayal stings. It leaves us wondering why we aren’t good enough, wanted enough, loved enough. But have you ever been remembered? Was there a special day that a dear […]

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When Fear Hits

By Barbara Rainey | April 15, 2017 | 0 Comments

When was the last time you were afraid? It was probably very recent. Fear is one of the most common feelings for a young child and even all the way to a grandparent. We often live in fear when we feel like we aren’t in control or don’t know everything we need to know. We […]

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