Knowing where to look for your purpose is a good thing. You, like every other human being on the planet, is wired with a desire to have meaning, to have a purpose. Yet, we often don’t know where to find it.
In our world, silence is not something that comes easily. Between the constant notifications on our phone, hurried conversations, or blaring of the television, our day is often filled with noise. But what if you could quiet the noise and embrace ...
“Just EAT something!” It sounds so easy, but to someone with an eating disorder, it’s impossible. One of our Congregational Care Ministers shares her personal struggle with this often-hidden disease and how to seek help for it.
Character is what you do when no-one is looking. But if you’re a parent, someone is always looking – your child. Can you use this as an opportunity to intentionally help your children build the kind of character you want them to have?
Growing up in the church impacted my life more than I can realize. In the church I learned about serving others, generosity, forgiveness, and how life is best lived. As a kid, I valued the church for the same reason: my family valued the church.
I want a better job. I want to find a spouse. I want children. Can I pray for those things? You might find praying honestly and persistently for what you really want instead of praying tepid prayers builds a better relationship with God.