“Drip. Drip. Drip. Drip.” Welcome to the incessant sound that invades my space and challenges my senses. It won’t stop. Regardless of how many times I’ve examined the cup or peered at the lid, this monolithic drip continues to challenge my patience and peace. Why? What is wrong with this Starbuck’s cup? THEN,
Do we see them? Do we see the hunger and thirst of the children before us? If so, what are we doing about it? Josh Pavano has chosen to open up his eyes and open up his heart to the children in Uganda. He is the CEO & Founder of Jonas Umbrellas –
Are we listening? Are we listening to culture and allowing conversation to ensue? Are we choosing to look like Christ or are we hiding away in our church? I’m honored to introduce you to a friend of mine and share with you her story, purpose and dreams. As you peer into her story,
Last week my younger sister headed back to college, and like thousands of other people our age there were multiple flights, shuttles, dorm keys and bus schedules to coordinate. Due to a misplaced dorm card and late check in schedule, there were a couple of hours where her location and access to her
February 11, 2017
There’s always that one person – you know the type. We smile – pasting on a thick grin and praying that they don’t see through the facade. We step into the church gleaming our “Jesus” personality and then rush towards the coffee section; glaring down children who dare to steal the last donut.
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