Written by Jon Spargo II Kings 18:1-7 I have four children and I hope they all end up as rebels. Actually, let me amend that:Read more
Is It Worth It?
Written by Grace Young 2 Kings is filled with some of my favorite Bible stories. I remember all my siblings and cousins piling around my Grandpa as he read, pointingRead more
Come To Jesus
Written by Grace Young I work in a hospital. My job is to sit with patients who are in an altered mental state. Let me tell you, I have aRead more
The Power of a Simple Touch
Written by Erin Allen Back in the ’70s, ’80s and ’90s, AT&T’s “reach out and touch someone” commercials were wildly successful! They ran the campaign for almost 3 decades, wonRead more
What Do You Want Most From God?
Written by Erin Allen If God came to you today and said, “Ask, what shall I give you?”, what would your response be? Countless wishes? Health for your loved ones?Read more
Love. Bless. Do Good. Pray.
Written by Julie Tsoukalas Matthew 5 is the chapter where Jesus begins the sermon on the mount. It is a famous portion of scripture featuring the beatitudes. These are generalRead more
What We Learn From Jonah
Written by Julie Tsoukalas We can glean a lot from the book of Jonah. While we can’t really relate to his exact experiences (they were pretty extreme), if we takeRead more
What’s Your Brand?
Written by Jan Jalowiec As a Christian, I find my journey through the book of Revelation is an encouragement. There is much about what I need to do and learn,Read more
Boldness and Confidence
Written by Jan Jalowiec Numbers. For some who have an aversion to math, the title alone is enough to make them want to skip it altogether. Oh, the glorious thingsRead more
The Prison of Guilt
Written by Vinnie Tumia Guilt is a relentless task-master. The regrets of our past haunt us in waves. Our thoughts can turn into vicious accusations that force us to playRead more
What’s On the Other Side?
Written by Vinnie Tumia Eternity. It’s a word that is difficult for the human mind to grasp. We accept that things have a beginning… and an end. We recognize thatRead more
A Faith That Survives
Written by Katelyn Foster The first spring in our new home was an adventure. It felt like every few days we discovered perennial flowers that we didn’t know were there.Read more