i will not forget you

July 24th, 2014 | Posted in Cathe's Notes by Cathe Laurie
It is 6 years, and Christopher's face flashes like brilliant snapshots through the years: the fragile tiny 5 lb.10 oz. infant swaddled in my arms . . . the 2-year-old golden-haired toddler, with those huge hazel eyes, read more...


tragic day, happy day, reflections on the death of my son Christopher

July 24th, 2014 | Posted in Articles by Greg Laurie
Today is the 6-year mark of the departure of my son to heaven. These "anniversaries" are never easy. read more...


things our mothers used to say

July 24th, 2014 | Posted in Cathe's Notes by Cathe Laurie
We remember the things our mother used to say. And then we catch ourselves: Did I just say THAT? At the time, I was a just kid and I didn't get it. My world revolved around the universe made up of me, myself, and I. So we say the things we do because at times it feels like the only recourse we have. All moms wistfully wait for the day when our adult children come up to us at some point, wrap their arms around us and say, "I get it, Mom." read more...


pastor greg’s favorite homemade granola

July 24th, 2014 | Posted in Recipes by Claire Baxter
Serve over Greek-style yogurt and fresh fruit for a delicious, filling, nutritious breakfast or snack. Try it over ice cream for dessert. Eat it plain as a snack all day long. Simple, fresh, and delicious for breakfast, snack, or dessert! read more...


the canvas chalk wall

July 24th, 2014 | Posted in Create by Hannah Hahn
As the old saying goes, "Give credit where credit is due!" In most walks of life, they call it plagiarism if you take someone else's work/ideas and call them your own. It's some serious stuff. So with that being said, on this next project I am just the messenger. read more...