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
Written by Pastor Tim Daub / January 2019 The Child born of Mary had visitors from both near and far. Poor shepherds left their flocks to see Him that very evening. It’s a good thing they were abiding in nearby fields. … Continue reading CLC Mission Helper Program – Volunteers Needed!
Written by Nick Blue / April 2018 There will be a time in every Christian’s life when they will be face to face with an opportunity to spread God’s loving Word. Whether it comes up casually in a conversation with a … Continue reading An Opportunity for Growth
Written by Nathan Buck / February 2018 We are so quick to judge others. I would like to think that I strive to be an accepting person; thoughtful; caring—not judging. See, I would like to think that. But to say that … Continue reading The Highways and the Byways
Written by Jonah Albrecht / October 2017 One of my biggest fears in life is finding out that someone I care about dearly has fallen away from God. Knowing the truth of the Gospel message and seeing them reject it would … Continue reading What Do I Say?
Written by Emily Marzofka / May 2017 When I first sat down to write this article, it was pretty difficult. The idea was to write about “taking God with you as you travel.” There are obvious suggestions, such as: Remember to pray, … Continue reading Lighting His Way
by Timothy Schaser / May 2017 Project critiques in a college graphic design class can be a very interesting thing to observe. Usually they involve each student bringing in their project assignment (be it an illustration, logo design, poster series, … Continue reading Facing Trials
A few weeks ago, we asked you to send in brief paragraphs about witnessing in your lives. We would like to continue this feature, so please feel free to send in short paragraphs to email@example.com anytime you like. Continue reading Witnessing in Action