A Moral Imperative

A Moral Imperative

Hi guys. I’m going to talk about George Floyd. I have always stood by the belief that everyone is welcome and loved here, regardless of color or faith, and will continue to do so. Some things I’ve been thinking about during all this: Are those 

Believing We Are Right…But Still Being So Very Wrong

Believing We Are Right…But Still Being So Very Wrong

Editor’s Note: She’s back again, our veteran writer with my favorite name! Maggie Meadows Cooper! While home on quarantine, I have had the privilege (and let’s be real…sometimes headache) of homeschooling my sweet babies. One is in preschool, preparing for the start of Kindergarten in 

Be Not Dismayed

Be Not Dismayed

Editor’s Note: This is a guest story by Agnes Amos-Coleman. Thanks so much again, Agnes! My friends, as Christ followers, we are sometimes discouraged, disheartened, demoralized, downcast and intimidated by the situations, circumstances and events of our lives. All these emotions we experience fall under 

You Are Chosen Not Forgotten

You Are Chosen Not Forgotten

Editor’s Note: This is a guest story by Tracy Acosta. I really hope these devotionals are an encouragement to you at this time. Thanks, Tracy! “Can a mother forget the baby at her breast and have no compassion on the child she has borne? Though 

What Did I Learn Through My Husband’s Stroke? – a devotional

What Did I Learn Through My Husband’s Stroke? – a devotional

Editor’s Note: This is a guest submission from Sheila Lloyd. Sheila’s husband had a stroke in 2014, and this is part of their story of recovery. Thanks so much, Sheila! WHAT DID I LEARN THROUGH THE STROKE?  How I am more like Jesus because of 

The Faith that Endures – a devotional

The Faith that Endures – a devotional

Editor’s Note: This is a guest submission from Agnes Amos-Coleman, who just writes the best devos for us! Thank you Agnes! My friends, I don’t know about you but there are times in my journey of faith when the journey just gets hard and I 

Removing my Ego – a devotional

Removing my Ego – a devotional

Editor’s Note: This is a guest submission by Rachel Erickson. Just read this one!! My husband and I and our four kids live overseas in Indonesia as missionaries. Yesterday I was in the kitchen making breakfast when my husband asked for some papaya leaf tea. 

Joyfully Abandoned – a devotional

Joyfully Abandoned – a devotional

Editor’s note: This is a guest submission by Ann Grace. She has shared her story before – most recently here. Today’s devotional may be hard to get through as it’s very emotional, but powerful. Thank you, Ann. Is it even possible to be joyful in 

A Song in My Heart

A Song in My Heart

My friend knows from experience she is not alone in this struggle; Jesus is there, guiding, listening, healing.

Spiritual Self-Evaluation

Spiritual Self-Evaluation

After spiritual evaluation comes a renewed focus to live for Christ.  How, you may ask?