The Procession - J.D. Wininger, Christian Author
On February 4th, God reminded me of a truth that touches every farmer and rancher in the world; “If you ain’t, you’re fixin’ to.” What does this adage refer to? Death, grief, and loss. Whether it’s livestock on a farm or a family member, we will all experience these things while on this earth. On Read More >
Lessons from a Fawn: God Sees Me, Hears Me, and Protects Me | Jeannie Waters, Writer & Speaker
Look closely at the photo for tiny white spots. See her? Yesterday our granddaughter discovered a newborn fawn in the woods and observed the deer’s first wobbly steps. This morning she noticed the doe moved her baby closer to the house. Our son’s family observed through a bedroom window as…Read More
11 Tips for How to Cope When We're Exhausted - Jeanne Takenaka
We’ve all been at a place in life when we’re exhausted, but what do we do when we can’t step off life’s merry-go-round in order to rest? Read on to gather some tips to help in those times when life refuses to slow down and leaves you weary.
Four Key Ways to Love Someone with Depression — Jessica Brodie
Have you ever tried to love someone with depression but it feels like there’s a wall between you? Or maybe it’s you who has depression, and while your heart longs to love well, the depression feels like a barricade so thick and high you can’t possibly overcome it. Here are four ways to offer love de
Why Did the Apostles Need to Replace Judas with Matthias?
There is not a lot of information about Matthias, yet his role in serving God is one of the most important. We don’t know if he was tall or short, fat or thin, or if he spoke with a deep voice, or if he was married and had children.