Ketchup Packets and Jehovah Jireh

July 26, 2023 | Melissa Riggs

My grandfather had lived through the Great Depression, and because he knew what it was like to go without food, he could not bring himself to throw away anything usable (even when he was at our house).

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On Mission

July 19, 2023 | Benji Baker

Mission trips have been transformational in my life and my family. Mission trips take me out of my comfort zone, force me to examine what I truly believe, help me see the beauty and diversity of humanity, and push me to depend fully on God.

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God of the Mountains and the Valleys

July 13, 2023 | Rob Bloss

I grew up against the backdrop of the Rocky Mountains in Colorado. On most days, I could gaze west and see the diamond face of Longs Peak (elevation 14,259 feet). It’s an iconic, influential emblem in my spiritual journey and personal story.

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July 5, 2023 | Matt Angell

“What are you going to do next?” It is not as though I do not want to answer it to keep people in the dark. It is hard to answer because I have no idea what the answer is. Our family is in the dreaded season of…waiting.

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June 28, 2023 | Jeff Patton

Our statue of Liberty was a gift to the U.S. from France in 1876, which marked 100 years since the Declaration of Independence. The statue has become a worldwide symbol of freedom. But we might ask, freedom from what? And for what?

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