snippy, snappy, and definitely not happy

May 20th, 2015 | Posted by Mary Powell
What does a typical morning in your house, in your life, in your day, look like? Does it consist of the smell of Starbucks wafting through the house and sunlight glittering through the windows . . . read more...


count your blessings, don’t idolize them

May 14th, 2015 | Posted by Tayler Green
Every day I have the pleasure of walking into my happy place, the space that gives me freedom from all burdens and worries of this life, the place that I can rest in, knowing that nothing can hurt me here. I can leave my pain at the door and know that, as long as I am here, nothing can bring me down. read more...


don’t see without knowing

April 22nd, 2015 | Posted by Teri Timar
One Sunday morning, I was waiting in line in the women's restroom at church prior to the start of first service. I don't remember exactly what I was thinking at the time, but I'm pretty sure I was annoyed because I am not a patient person when it comes to lines. read more...


time to rise

March 20th, 2015 | Posted by Alysha Miller
As I've been writing this article, the word time is being highlighted in every conversation I have. How much we complain about how little time we have: if only we had an extra hour in the day! Well, after what God's been showing me, my heart's attitude needs to be more focused on the time I do have and what I choose to fill it with. read more...


when “Jesus loves me” is hard to sing

February 25th, 2015 | Posted by Alicia Dallas
Two weeks ago we were going through the most difficult trial we have experienced as a family. Our sweet Little E started having seizures one morning—no fever, no fall, no issues—she just started seizing. Her first seizure happened here at home; she began to turn blue and her breathing was extremely labored. read more...