The Lie We Need To Ditch For Truth

Written by: Kimberly Taylor

We hear this lie all the time. It’s shouted at us from magazine covers. It’s whispered through social media posts. This lie appears in our present and it echoes from our past. Maybe it took root in our childhood from an innocent comment uttered by someone we loved. Maybe it has been pounded into our […]

The Joy of Humility

Written by Kristy Coughlin

“Having this mind among yourselves, which is yours in Christ Jesus, who, though he was in the form of God, did not count equality with God a thing to be grasped, but made himself nothing taking the form of a servant, being born in the likeness of men. And being found in human form, humbled […]

Living in the Age of the Poser

Written by Kimberly Taylor

I recently heard a speaker say that we now live in “the age of the poser.” Thanks to social media and the constant and convenient flow of information, a person can create any persona they wish for themselves. This persona may reflect their actual character or it may be a complete fabrication. In today’s culture, […]

The Gift Of Simple

Written by: Michelle Perrin

By definition the word simple means having few parts, not complicated or complex. Webster even has the gall to define simple as “easy!” Well, I fully support and TOTALLY identify with Kristy’s thoughts in last week’s post that simplicity is difficult. Good ‘ol Webster calls that an oxymoron because simplicity is defined as freedom from […]

TO DO or NOT TO DO?

Written by: Michelle Perrin

Are you like me, faced with all sorts of invites to do things, to commit, to serve, to get together, to have fun, to participate in something….many somethings? The fall season isn’t just for back to school and the return of our favorite TV shows. This seems to be the time when everyone and everything […]