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Brett Madron reflects on the daily maintenance of our spirituality necessary for a life of faith and service to God.
“My service isn’t limited to what I do as a mother, but it most definitely includes that. I can’t serve God without thinking about them and all the next generation of servants.” All this and more by Brynn Buchanan.
Brett Madron explores the idea of power that comes from the Spirit of God, which Paul writes about in Ephesians 3.
Brett Madron reflects on the importance of waiting on the Lord, and how it's often missing from Western Christian practice.
Unpredictability --- this can't be a characterizing trait for believers, can it? Brett Madron's on the blog with his thoughts on what is looks like to follow a God who is alive.
How do you learn the Bible when you are a full-time employee? A mom? A retiree? The truth is, most don't. Here's how we provide diverse opportunities to accommodate people's various life circumstances so that ALL can learn God's word.
A lanky man's take on how to keep in step. It's not about dancing, don't worry, but about keeping in step with God's spirit.
Laurie Kagay reflects on the impact of Make Room, not just in what took place as a result of raising funds, but what took place in our hearts.
Jesus promises that if we hunger and thirst to do what is right that we will be filled. As we all know, hungering and thirsting means that there is always something more to go after. But along the way, as we trust the LORD through this process, we can experience fulfillment.
We all have moments in life when we feeling like we are slipping and we're not sure what to do. The Bible teaches us a couple things: come before God and bring our struggles before our brothers and sisters.