I stay out of politcal and incredibly controversial topics as much as possible. Today, my social media newsfeed is filled with fighting over a certain athletic company, whether to vote yes or no regarding a school district decision, and as always, something with our current president. Although I don’t claim to know much about things … More Stronger Together
Scrolling through any of my social media newsfeeds, I see post after post about our church’s move to its new building. I have made many of those same posts. It’s an exciting time for us! As I sat in our 1st service in this new building last weekend, I realized that those who are … More It’s Not About a Building; It’s About a Home, a Family, and a Testimony
This week, our pastor started a series called Restore. The first message was entitled “Brokenness.” If I know about one thing, it’s about being broken. As I listened to the message and heard his final point about getting help from others and from God, one thought resonated with me, and then I was consumed with … More Rebuilt from the Ground Up
Day 3 With Both Feet — Terrified — I JUMP! Today is a heart pounding day. Although what I’m posting is straight from something I wrote almost 2 years ago, this is the first time I mention that I’m not only the writer of the post but the subject as well. I feel like the … More 7 Days Outside of My Comfort Zone: Day 3
What has your church experience been in the past? Have you entered a building that feels like a museum for good people who are quick to point out your mistakes, or did you encounter a group of people who love on the broken without condemning them for the things they did to become broken? Unfortunately, … More Church: A Museum for Good People or a Hospital for the Broken?