Lover or Liar: Choosing God

February 16, 2021 | Jaci Miller

For so long, I’ve struggled with believing God’s promises. My experiences often seemed to outweigh what I read in the Word. My heart believed that either the Word, or God himself, had let me down on more than one occasion. But then...

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The Opposite of Fear

February 9, 2021 | Jessica Benko

Lately, I’ve been hearing and seeing the word ‘fear’ a lot ... … fear for the next generation; … fear for our country (regardless of political affiliation); … fear for our health; … fear for the...

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Anosmia, Gluttony and Other Annoying Things

January 26, 2021 | Jaci Miller

I’ve been quarantined. And I’ve lost my ability to smell or taste. So naturally, boredom snacking has gone out the window. Oh, a few times, I’ve munched on something hoping that I can force my senses back into recognition or...

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An Independent Hope

January 19, 2021 | Megan Schemenauer

As a public school English teacher, politics is a topic I usually stay away from, both in and out of the classroom. Red vs. blue. Republican vs. Democrat. Trump vs. Biden. It has always seemed so incredibly divisive to me. Despite my aversion...

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Worship Like Nobody's Watching

December 31, 2020 | Jessica Benko

You probably know the saying, “Dance like nobody’s watching.” It’s meant to encourage us to pursue something with reckless abandon, because it makes our hearts feel light, happy, full and connected to that thing we love...

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