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Mar
21
2017

Emergency Alert

Author: Melissa Church

This last week was a rather stormy season for me emotionally. Wind. Pelting rain. Thunder. Lightening. Hail. And yes, the possibly of a tornado.


Mar
13
2017

The Deception of The Shack

Author: Brian Smith

Many Christians are excited about the new movie, “The Shack,” but don’t be fooled…


Feb
19
2017

Creep

Author: Melissa Church

Are you a worrier? Has anyone just told you flat out that worry is a sin? Worry is a great tool for our enemy. He keeps us so wrapped around the axel that we can’t see which way is up for imaging what might happen if we take our eyes off the imaginary balls we’re juggling. Stop for just a second and let your worry creep in… See how easy it is suddenly to lose sight of God?


Jan
30
2017

Big Helper

Author: Melissa Church

In my own kitchen, I have a very particular way about things. I also have a method when I cook or bake that involves making a hot slinging mess across every conceivable surface. Sometimes my husband wants to come in to the middle of the slinging and begin to “help”. Can I just tell you how insane it makes me? Do you need me to explain, ladies? Sometimes it’s hard to know when to help and when to get out of the way, but I find that as in the temporal so in the spiritual.


Jan
16
2017

Words for Thought- Circumlocution

Author: Brady Stephenson

Merriam-Webster’s Word of the Day was circumlocution-the use of an unnecessarily large number of words to express an idea.  There are some situations, however, where using more words is helpful…or even holy.


Dec
08
2016

Dragged

Author: Melissa Church

I’ve been reading a book lately that is way above my pay scale, but I’m plowing through. From the first chapter it has been all up in my business and I’ve had to put it aside several times while I simmer down. It has held a mirror up to a corner of my life that I thought was a non-issue. I am deeply convicted. And deeply conflicted.


Oct
05
2016

Squirrel Plummet

Author: Melissa Church

Sometimes when I walk, my husband walks with me. (See my last article for how that goes. He’s a runner. He has very quick pace. Need I say more?) I walk head down, literally, because I can’t see much without my glasses and I need to concentrate! He walks head up looking around, noticing things. He often gives me the play-by-play about the morning dog party, what bird is singing, what neighbor is traveling, and yard maintenance. One thing we both notice is a squirrel plummet.


Sep
12
2016

Walk Your Walk

Author: Melissa Church

I walk every morning. Every single morning. I can’t remember a day that I skipped. I will skip many things, but I dare not skip my walk or I might never get started again – a body in motion and all. I have a love hate relationship with my walk. But what I really hate about the walk is when there are other people out walking at the same time.


Jun
03
2016

Spiritual Maturity is the Answer

Author: vbvmadmin

Struggling in sin? Fighting depression or discouragement? Wondering why your walk with Christ hasn’t transformed your life as you expected? The answer is maturity.


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