Devotions: Week of August 3
August 3rd, 2020
I find it so challenging to live in a space alert to and faithfully discerning the sources of sin and evil while withholding the judgment that belongs only to God. The writings of a group of early chu...  Read More
by Laurie Brenner
Making the Most of Summer
July 29th, 2020
What are your favorite memories of summer as a kid? Hanging out at the pool? Roasting marshmallows over a campfire? Riding your bike with friends?My summers were full of swimming and … more swimming! ...  Read More
by Stacy Kutz
God Cares for Me
July 29th, 2020
As parents of young children, most of you have a plethora of things to worry about—from milestones to worries of the future. However, 1 Peter 5:7 tells us to "give all your worries and cares to God, f...  Read More
by Stacy Kutz
Devotions: Week of July 27
July 27th, 2020
This week’s devotional readings focus on forgiveness, with references and links to the Plough publishing website – the literary arm of the Bruderhof community that left Germany in the late 1930’s as a...  Read More
by Noël Foulk
Devotions: Week of July 20
July 20th, 2020
This week’s devotional readings are taken from the writings of Dallas Willard, another trustworthy guide on spiritual disciplines that equip and empower the “grace sustained habits” of people who foll...  Read More
by Noël Foulk
Devotions: Week of July 13
July 13th, 2020
Blessings on this beautiful summer morning in Seattle, and please forgive me for sending the devotions for this week to you so late in the morning. Each week this summer the readings with the devotion...  Read More
by Laurie Brenner
Where were you when?
July 7th, 2020
There are moments in our lives that mark our place in history, and we ask ourselves this question – where were you when? Where were you when the Berlin Wall fell? Or when Mt. St. Helens erupted? Or wh...  Read More
by Stacy Kutz
Morning Devotions: Week of July 6
July 6th, 2020
During the summer weeks we will send one devotional guide for the week rather than daily devotions. This week the readings from the Old and New Testament reflect on Jesus’ kingdom mission to seek and ...  Read More
by Laurie Brenner
Devotion - July 4
July 4th, 2020
This Saturday’s musical devotional from Anthony Spain will be his last this summer - thank you Anthony for the thoughtful Saturday devotions during this season.I grew up just a few miles from the Nava...  Read More
by Laurie Brenner
Devotion - July 3
July 3rd, 2020
Psalms 11-15, Proverbs 3, Philippians 3:15-21Our devotion today is another of John Baillie's daily prayers. God of my forefathers, I cry unto You. You have been the refuge of good and wise women and m...  Read More
by Laurie Brenner
What Can I do?
July 2nd, 2020
We are grieved. As a ministry and as parents, we grieve the painful consequences of prolonged racial division and inequality in our country. We recognize that all parents are created uniquely by God, ...  Read More
by Stacy Kutz
Who is my Neighbor?
July 2nd, 2020
In Luke 10:25, a legal expert asks Jesus about the path to eternal life. Jesus tells him to follow the two greatest commandments—love God and love your neighbors. Yet the man presses for more detail, ...  Read More
by Stacy Kutz