Tagged: Family

Things We Lost In The Fast (Conclusion) 0

Things We Lost In The Fast (Conclusion)

To say Fasting can change your life is an over simplification. When I first wrote about the fast, I expressed that I was looking for something to happen. I was not sure what it was going to be. I mentioned breaking through spiritual plateaus, overcoming...

Things We Lost in The Fast (Part II) 0

Things We Lost in The Fast (Part II)

The second stretch of the Fast has proved more difficult. Not in the capacity of food, that is actually the easy part. We have missed a few nights of devotion as a family and we, at least I, can sense a difference when we do....

Pastor Paranoia?!? 0

Pastor Paranoia?!?

My husband and I are taking the helm of a group at our church. It is called Growth Track. I have mentioned how service is HUGE at my church. (Should be at all churches, but that ain’t my business – strike that yes it is,...

Asking Not… 0

Asking Not…

Every Mother, and many Father’s have experienced the dreaded moment when their child blurts out a question or statement in a public place. It is always the grocery store, church or a restaurant. It is always a personal question. The place is always absolutely silent in...

God Works in Mysterious Ways 0

God Works in Mysterious Ways

We have all heard it said and applied to many different situations, “God works in mysterious ways”. News flash they are mysterious to us, He knows what he is doing. A day or so ago, I compared God to the ultimate chess player. We all...

Tiny House Meet Skoolie 0

Tiny House Meet Skoolie

I have been writing a little heavy lately and I am working on a few posts that heavy and/or close to my heart…some might be considered hot button things. I want to take my time with these pieces, so today I am going to update...

Things We Lost in The Fast (Part I) 0

Things We Lost in The Fast (Part I)

I do not typically dedicate a post but in this case I am doing just that. This post is dedicated to our Pastoral staff at Centerbranch (Luke, Will and Jonathan) and to a young lady we will call “Elizabeth”. Before continuing, let me explain “Elizabeth”....