“Houston, We Have a Problem”

November 22, 2022 | Russ Moe

On day two of their mission to the moon in 1970, the Apollo 13 astronauts experienced a major explosion that crippled their spacecraft and doomed their survival. Teams on earth at Mission Control, sprang into action innovating dozens of...

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Embrace the Wait

November 1, 2022 | Jaci Miller

For bread to finish baking. For the line at the grocery store to move. For a loved one to come to Christ. We all wait for something. We’ve been conditioned to view waiting as a great evil. That we should avoid it whenever possible. Perhaps...

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Getting Away

October 25, 2022 | Mitchell Mace

Recently my wife and I got away for a couple days. It was a much needed time away to simply escape the everyday routine. We felt renewed and refreshed in the arms of nature. We came back recharged because of the relaxation of cutting free of the...

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The Sacred Cow

October 18, 2022 | Russ Moe

Hard work is the sacred cow of our society. If anybody dares to demean it, he will be crucified. Enter Jesus: beckoning all those who were beat down with labor and heavy workloads to come to Him (Matthew 11:28). Clearly, He was proclaiming a...

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Kentucky Mission Trip Fall 2022 | Update #4

October 9, 2022

By Todd Zeiger "A Place for Bailey" Mission trips are filled with various acts of service; as team members apply their talents and gifts to help those placed in their path. A capstone project often fuels the push at the end to stay engaged and...

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