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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Masked Up & Merry: Worshipping Jesus through a COVID Christmas

December 29, 2020 | Megan Schemenauer

Worship.  The word immediately brings to mind singing. Praying. Lifting up hands. The image of Saturday evening or Sunday morning services. But now, in this season of Christmas, in the year that unexpectedly fell apart, it’s time to...

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Worship the Baby

December 22, 2020 | Justin Stevenson

If I asked you to envision the night that Jesus was born, you might start thinking of the classic Christmas carol, Silent Night: Silent night. Holy night.All is calm, all is brightRound yon virgin, mother and child.Holy infant, so tender and...

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Where Is God When I Need Him Most?

October 6, 2020 | Megan Schemenauer

Why? It’s a question ingrained in us from the time we were toddlers, back when Mom would tell us to eat our vegetables and Dad would warn us not to play in the street. Why?  The older we get, the more complicated the questions, from...

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