Flowers in the Dark
February 8, 2023 | Kevin Perry
Around this time a year ago on a chilly gray-skied day, I stood beside a fresh grave. The husband of the woman who died grabbed me by the arm as I was leaving and said these words to me: “There are no flowers anywhere….did you notice?”
Built to Last
February 1, 2023 | Rob Bloss
My earliest memory of designing and building anything was in 7th grade woodshop. My future as a skilled tradesman ended under the level eye of Mr. Helzer. He took one look at the wobbly night stand I had fashioned and proceeded to dismantle it...
January 25, 2023 | Chad Vinson
One of my favorite games to play as a child was hide and seek. The screams of everyone shouting “not it” still ring in my head. Even from a young age hiding has always been the preferred choice.
The Time Given Us
January 18, 2023 | Carrie Henry
Having recently turned the calendar from 2022 to 2023, this is an opportunity to pause and reflect on how you and I steward the time given us.
Jars of Clay
January 11, 2023 | Monty Waldron
If you were going to put a priceless treasure away for safe keeping, where would you put it? It's funny how priceless things end up getting locked away somewhere, secure but rarely enjoyed or put on display by their owner. Not so with God.