September 11 is a day for remembering. As the Heartland Leadership Network’s first meeting of the Fall landed on that date, we reminisced about what ministry was like before 2001, considering how things have ch[...]
You know the feeling. You’re dashing out the door at the last minute and discover your car has a flat tire. You’re cleaning for house guests and there’s a power outage, leaving you with no water, much less the [...]
Transitions. It’s the one word which describes my life right now. My husband and I are house hunting, preparing for our first child in March, dealing with medical upheaval, working through a master’s program in[...]
I’ve seen hate before, but I could hardly believe the corrosive language pouring across my computer screen. The writer was venting on social media about the individual who had been nominated for the Supreme Cou[...]
I was just trying to start a conversation. When I asked the seventh-grader what her interests were, she answered, “Well, I’m not really good at anything.” Further discussion with her convinced me that she reall[...]
This month’s newsletter from the Equipping Church Network has been sent. It is included below. Are you in a church that is growing up? This question does not refer to numeric growth, but to spiritual mat[...]
“I understand.” It’s a two-word sentiment meant to comfort and console, but it often doesn’t. When facing heartbreaking trauma, loss, or a new medical hurdle, the last thing you want to hear is, “I understand.”[...]
There is no greater honor than to serve the Lord in His Church. In Ephesians 1:10 we learn that the Church is the focal point of the will of God, to bring all things together under Christ. In Ephesians 1:22-23 [...]
During my missionary kid days, silence used to terrify me. If no one was talking, that meant they might not feel connected with, treasured, or heard. I found myself filled with anxiety quite often, trying to ma[...]
“If you don’t like how they treat you, take the time to teach them a different way.” The advice seemed so simple. Despite my disabilities, my parents always tried to make sure I could operate in mainstream cult[...]
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