One of my favorite collection of prayers is the book Valley of Vision – A Collection of Puritan Prayers. These prayers of fallible men encourage my heart and remind me of what is true about life and about our God. Interestingly, the editor of this collection did not connect a name or a context to the prayers.... Read More →
“I hope to share what God has done in our family, so that you might find hope and the courage to see in your life how He brings beauty from ashes.”
Not long after the birth of their son Treyson, Julie Croshaw wrote a letter to friends and family to share this story of God’s goodness in the midst of suffering.... Read More →
At first glance, Gloria Furman’s life seems quite different from our own daily routines in small-town North Carolina. She spends her days raising four children in Dubai, a city of more than 2.7 million on the Persian Gulf, where her neighbors come from all over the world.
In spite of the differences, she says, we share the most fundamental things in common: “my hopes and fears all find their resolution in Jesus Christ.”
A writer, speaker and one of our international ministry partners, Gloria will discuss our shared hope in Christ as she teaches at the Exodus Women’s Conference on April 1.... Read More →
“For such a time as this.”
It may be the most famous phrase in the book of Esther. Maybe you’ve seen it quoted on social media or printed on Christian merchandise.
“You were born for such a time as this.” “You were created for such a time as this.” It’s supposed to inspire us to act.... Read More →
Adoption begins with brokenness. There is pain and grief. There is loss and mourning. Everyone involved in the adoption is affected.
When there is brokenness, there is a chance at healing and hope, but only if a way is provided. God delights in giving us hope. He loves to redeem. He is a Father who adopts.... Read More →
We welcome you to join us on Good Friday and Easter Sunday as we celebrate Jesus’ death & resurrection.
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