Lessons from Martha

June 27, 2022 | Megan Schemenauer

I’m a pretty organized, hardworking individual. I set goals for myself for the new year long before December 31. I have a daily to-do list in Notes on my phone. My closet is organized by season and sleeve length. I work before I play. What...

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Saying No

June 21, 2022 | Jaci Miller

I flicked through a streaming service yet again. So many choices. Yet so few. I was searching for something new to entertain me but something seemed amiss with all the most interesting films. “Oooh, that looks interesting. Wait. It’s...

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Shine His Light in Our Darkness

June 14, 2022 | Mitchell Mace

Is there an area of darkness that is crying out for Jesus? What an in-depth question for any of us to ponder upon. Now how many of us have actually started looking at ourselves to discover what areas there may be in our own lives?  Perhaps...

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Dandelion Stubbornness

May 24, 2022 | Megan Schemenauer

Five years of marriage and two houses later, my husband’s springtime lawn expectations haven’t changed. As soon as the snow melts and green lawns resurface, Steve becomes fiercely dedicated to eradicating any sign of the stubborn...

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“Rise Again” Faith

May 17, 2022 | Jaci Miller

On my desk at work resides a squishy toy. A stress ball, only it’s rodent-shaped (the kind you go “aw” over, not the kind you squash.) A cartoon squirrel. When I’m stressed or bored or my hands can’t type another...

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