A Gentle Whisper – Brittany Nelson

One of the cool things about God is that His character is full of juxtapositions. Of opposite traits that shouldn’t be able to co-exist in one person but do. He is a judge and yet merciful. He (in Jesus) is holy and yet human. And my favorite one is that He is eternal and yet […]

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The Great Lie of Death – Caroline Tiller

I’ve been thinking a lot lately about that thing that people sometimes say at funerals or after a tragedy, that “death gives life meaning.” And after pondering it for a while, and asking others, and seeing what the Bible has to say of it, I’ve come to decide that it isn’t true. Death doesn’t make […]

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Freedom – Juliann Terrell

John 8:36- “So if the Son sets you free, you will be free indeed.” Freedom. What does this word actually mean to you? In theory, we all know that this word means that there are no bounds or ramifications on what I can do, think, believe, or speak. While the world would define it in […]

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Beloved Identity – Pat Circe

BELOVED IDENTITY There is a lot of talk these days about Identity in Christ. We hear this, and at first glance we think we understand it. We believe we were born sinners separated by God. We believe our God loved us so much that He sacrificed His son to purchase our debt and bury our […]

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He’s in the Waiting

Psalm 27:14 ‘Wait for the Lord; be strong and take heart and wait for the Lord.” Bethel Music’s song “Take Courage” has been speaking to my heart lately. It has been my fight song. The lyrics repeat, “He’s in the waiting.” My husband and I have been walking in a season of waiting, of not […]

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Sowing into the Spirit of God – Bailey Tiller

This past July I got the most incredible opportunity to lead a group of high school students to Peru. As much as my job is to lead these students and make sure they are safe, I always to try to tap into what the Lord is teaching and speaking to me on these trips as […]

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Need Does Not Equal Lack – Sarah DeLotelle

The fear of lack can be our greatest hindrance to bold obedience to God. Fear propagates that if we step out in faith, we’ll come up short; we’ll find that the heavenly bank account has been overdrawn and we’re out of luck. I’ve grown to love grocery shopping. I didn’t used to love it, but […]

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