Red Light, Green Light
September 3rd, 2020
Have you ever played red light, green light with a group of kids? I love playing this game! During COVID-19 however, I feel like somebody keeps shouting “red light”, “red light”, “red light!”I’m ready...  Read More
by Stacy Kutz
Address Rebellion with Love
September 3rd, 2020
(From www.group.com; Parenting Christian Kids Newsletter) After a summer of “freedom” and relaxed rules, September’s return to school and schedules often poses a challenge for children. On top of that...  Read More
by Stacy Kutz
VBS 2020 - VIRTUALLY!
September 2nd, 2020
We just finished our first virtual VBS! We used a super fun program called Faith Labs @ Home. It's an at home VBS with five sessions - once you signed up you had access to all sessions. This allowed p...  Read More
by Stacy Kutz
Devotions: Week of August 31
August 31st, 2020
This week’s devotional readings close out our summer readings. We’ve journeyed with Eugene Peterson, Dallas Willard, NT Wright, the Desert Fathers, Brennan Manning, stories from the Bruderhof communit...  Read More
by Noël Foulk
Just Mercy
August 28th, 2020
Just Mercy: A Story of Justice and Redemption by Bryan StevensonReview by Blythe MeigsBryan Stevenson has a strong faith and it comes through loud and clear in his writing.  At the end of the book he ...  Read More
by Noël Foulk
Devotions: Week of August 24
August 24th, 2020
This week’s devotional readings pickup on wisdom from two of my favorite authors named Anne – Anne LaMott and Annie Dillard. As you work to set aside time for prayer and reflection, here are 2 comment...  Read More
by Laurie Brenner
Generous Justice
August 21st, 2020
Generous Justice: How God's Grace Makes Us by Tim KellerReviewed by Blythe MeigsThis is a powerful book that speaks loud and clear how important justice is to God and how important it should be to His...  Read More
by Noël Foulk
Devotions: Week of August 17
August 17th, 2020
This week’s devotional readings spend time with the various calls in the New Testament to live awake and alert.The source of the daily readings is N.T. (Tom) Wright’s book, Surprised by Hope: Rethinki...  Read More
by Laurie Brenner
The Sun Does Shine
August 14th, 2020
The Sun Does Shine: How I Found Life and Freedom on Death Row by Anthony Ray HintonReview by Blythe MeigsYou can read the short version of my book review in the next paragraph. I was asked to add a pi...  Read More
by Noël Foulk
Devotions: Week of August 10
August 10th, 2020
This week’s devotional readings continue the reflections on prayer that we began with the parables from Luke 11 and 18 on this past Sunday.The source of the daily readings are from many sources alongs...  Read More
by Laurie Brenner
I'm Still Here
August 7th, 2020
I'm Still Here: Black Dignity in a World Made for Whiteness, by Austin Channing BrownReview by Tiffany BehmerThe death of hope begins in fury, ferocious as a wildfire. It feels uncontrollable, disastr...  Read More
by Noël Foulk
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
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