The Gift of a Hard Season

By Susan Yates | October 26, 2020 | 0 Comments

  Two weeks ago I shared a devotion from my dear friend Joanne. Today I want to share one from Susan. The three of us live in three different states and do a 3-way call once a month to catch up and then we do a lot of praying for each other in between. On […]

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The Value of Women

By Elyse Fitzpatrick & Eric Schumacher | May 7, 2020 | 0 Comments

  In early May we think about our mothers. This year, with the load most mother’s carry being realized more clearly than ever as daycares, schools and even most grandparents are cancelled; perhaps we can see the value of women, of moms, of those women who have ‘mothered’ us as never before. I’m grateful for […]

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Where to Find Hope When You Feel Depressed

By Janel Breitenstein | March 23, 2016 | 0 Comments

Though I much prefer days of happiness I have come to understand that days of depression, loneliness, disappointment, or sickness are clearer windows to understanding eternal truth. Have you found this to be true? Have you sensed deeper clarity in those hard dark places? William Cowper—already a physically and emotionally frail little boy—received the greatest […]

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Warm Red Blood

By Tracy Lane | March 15, 2016 | 5 Comments

  I hope you enjoy hearing from my sweet friend, Tracy, mom to little Annie who was born not quite two years ago with half a heart. I continue to watch her live daily life normally yet constantly aware that Annie’s heart could fail. And a month ago a routine appointment revealed heart failure had […]

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Lent Lesson 2: Clues on the Mountain

By Tracy Lane | February 16, 2016 | 1 Comment

This is the second in a 6-lesson Lent series to guide family conversation. Are you ready to discover more clues? Believe it or not, they are all over the Bible. There are over 300 clues in the Old Testament that point us to Jesus! But first, a few questions: Parents, ask your children these questions. […]

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