Month: January 2021

Defending Our Faith

Why We Should Know What We Believe and Why We Believe

Martin was 19 years old and attending college for the first time. He’d been raised in a Christian home and was excited to be in an Old Testament class. Then his professor told the class that the teachings they had … More

Pray for Our Nation

Parents – Go First Into the Home

January 19, 2021 Parents–Go First Into the Home These commandments that I give you today are to be upon your hearts. Impress them on your children. Talk about them when you sit at home and when you walk along the … More

Once upon a time

Fairytales and Resilience Part 2

Once upon a time, in a magical kingdom far away, there lived… Anthropologists believe that storytelling is important to human existence. We use stories to make sense of our world, find meaning, and share understanding. Fairy tales teach values, ethics, … More


Balance-Christ Filled Living, Part Two

Have you and your family ever faced a serious challenge? It’s a fact —  life isn’t always fair or easy. Everyone faces challenges in their lives. Sometimes it’s when we were young and at other times it’s when we’re old. … More

Ask, Seek, Knock

Ask, Seek, Knock

January 8, 2021 Ask, and it shall be given you; seek and you shall find; knock, and the door will be opened to you. Matthew 7:7 God has given us the privilege of prayer.  Because of Jesus’ death on the … More

Fairy Tale

Fairytales and Resilience Part 1

Sticks and stones may break my bones, but words can never hurt me. This ditty is so untrue. Most children have experienced teasing or bullying and felt the sharp sting of hurtful words. Helping children process this pain and develop … More

Joining Jesus on His Mission

Joining Jesus on His Mission

How do we live our life with Jesus? How can we be everyday missionaries today? What is Jesus inviting you to notice, believe, or do? Join us today as I interview Greg Finke, author of Joining Jesus on His Mission: … More