Nail in the Tree

September 12, 2023 | Mitchell Mace

Many years ago, a set of trees were cut down. They were chopped. They were cut and formed. They were nailed together for the use of evil. All those years ago, these trees were used by the Romans to make their infamous crosses. On one specific...

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A Perfectionist’s Perspective

August 15, 2023 | Jaci Miller

A born perfectionist. That’s me. The tendency manifested early and noticeably when I was learning to write. Especially when I learned cursive (this dates me, I know). I traced every imperfection in my letters, trying to improve upon them...

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A Sweet Sound

August 8, 2023 | Russ Moe

Fingernails scraping across a blackboard. Screeching tires stopping at an intersection. The dentist drill grinding my molar. These are sounds we can feel. And they feel horrible. Jan was haunted by such a sound recently. But it was the sound of...

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July 25, 2023 | Mitchell Mace

It is the midst of the night. Graduation celebrations are in full swing. Teenagers are all living it up. Many are breaking loose and shaking off the frustrations of their school routines. And they deserve the celebration. Parents are going to...

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Honduras 2023 | Update #5

July 14, 2023

By Elyse Boggs & Linda Swanson Greetings fellow Hoosiers, from Honduras, We started this morning with breakfast at 8:00 am and our devotional from Lee Stanton referencing 1 Corinthians 3:10. The devotional was regarding wisdom and with...

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