Written by Tim Schaser Surreal is the best word I could come up with. The day that the current COVID-19 outbreak was labeled as a pandemic, I made a trip to Walmart. Great decision, right? I prepared myself for what … Continue reading Working From Home
Written by Sam Lisak My first few years of college, when I was still living at home, there was one thing that most people probably hated but didn’t bother me too much. That was the bus ride. The school I … Continue reading Get to Work
Written by Josh Gerbitz I have attended at least 5 conferences that revolved around cows in the last year. Two of those conferences had the same keynote speaker. His name is Steve Jones. He’s a football coach at a high … Continue reading What’s Your Starfish Story?
Written by Michael Manthe When I first wrote this devotion, it was initially meant for children. I had four covered containers with slits at the top, and I gave each child four seeds and asked them to plant a seed … Continue reading The Parable of the Sowers
Written by Katherine Manthe With the beginning of a new year upon us, I’ve been thinking a lot about how I want to start 2020. I’ve decided I want to begin strong and well organized, so I bought a planner. … Continue reading Rich and Redeemed
Written by Drew Naumann Matthew 6:9a “Pray, then, in this way: ‘Our Father who is in heaven” I am not a father. But I have a father. And I have a Father. And I have a friend who is a … Continue reading Our Father
Written by Drew Naumann Then He said to them, “O foolish ones, and slow of heart to believe in all that the prophets have spoken! Ought not the Christ to have suffered these things and to enter into His glory?” … Continue reading Really?
I hate running. I am currently writing this article in Spring, and it seems that it is officially “running season”. Marathons, half-marathons, 5ks, color runs, mud runs, warrior races and fun runs seem to be going on everywhere. It is … Continue reading Running our Race
Written by Drew Naumann Psalm 94:18-19 If I say, “My foot slips,”Your mercy, O Lord, will hold me up. In the multitude of my anxieties within me, Your comforts delight my soul. Two summers ago, I was blessed with the … Continue reading The Narrow Path
Written by Timothy Schaser In two very different situations last year I used the word “hope”. The first time was a fleeting thought on my way to work on a Friday morning: “I hope someone brought donuts in today.” The … Continue reading Insufficient Hope