Let It Burn

Let It Burn

Let it Burn By: Anne Imboden Last summer seven women gathered around the fire pit in my backyard. They were staring into the flames, eyes wet with tears. They were watching as the fire burned up their handwritten lists of negative thoughts, harmful self-talk, and...
Moving On

Moving On

Moving On By: Russ Geyer As I sit here this Memorial Day, I am reflecting on the paths I have traveled, and the relationships forged along my journey in the military. I served in the United States Air Force for 30 years and learned reassignment to another base/post...
Science and Faith – are they compatible?

Science and Faith – are they compatible?

Is modern-day science compatible with the Christian faith? A recent survey by the Pew Research Center found that over half of Americans (56%) say there is a conflict between science and religion. This apparent conflict is often framed as science (fact) vs. religion...
Parting of the Red Sea

Parting of the Red Sea

Parting of the Red Sea By: Tiffany Hodge My journey as a single mother officially began in 2009. I recall initially thinking that moving forward on my own would be impossible with two young children and a demanding career. Getting into the swing of things in a new...
God, Check.

God, Check.

Ever wish you could take a class on how to be an adult? Sometimes I feel like life would be a lot easier if I had a checklist of everything I needed to do for the day, week, month, and even year. Taxes: check. Dishes clean: check. Laundry: check. I sometimes feel like...
More Like Mary

More Like Mary

“The solution to an overbusy life is not more time. It’s to slow down and simplify our lives around what really matters.” – John Mark Comer, The Ruthless Elimination of Hurry As a mom of three, busyness is inevitable. When I read Comer’s words last year, I knew...