Doing What’s True

    This isn't a long post - just some thoughts to consider Do you sometimes base what you do as right because of the feeling you have or the reactions you receive from others? Do you ever feel that just because something is hard . . . /if you are persecuted/ . . . you must be doing something… Continue reading Doing What’s True

Rachel Katherine, Uncategorized

Thoughts on Jesus’ Visit in Martha’s Home

Now it came to pass, as they went, that he entered into a certain village: and a certain woman named Martha received him into her house. And she had a sister called Mary, which also sat at Jesus' feet, and heard his word. But Martha was cumbered about much serving, and came to him, and… Continue reading Thoughts on Jesus’ Visit in Martha’s Home

Keturah Lamb, Uncategorized

Children of Our Futures

If we look at examples in the Bible, circumstances never stopped God's people from multiplying and becoming a mighty people. Through slavery and captivity (Exodus 1:7-12), in foreign lands (Jeremiah 29:4-6), during famine (Genesis 47:27), the command was still the same: "Be fruitful and multiply," Genesis 1:28. Why was this? Could it be that our mindset of needing a… Continue reading Children of Our Futures

Rachel Katherine, Uncategorized

Five Things To Do While You Wait on God

It’d be nice if there were an hourglass in front of us, displaying how far we’ve come and how far we still have to go. But it doesn’t seem the case. Or, at least I’ve never seen one. Seasons of waiting are definitely a part of the journey! There are times when you must learn… Continue reading Five Things To Do While You Wait on God

Hidden Stories of the Bible, Rebekah Devall, Uncategorized

Hidden Stories: The Adulteress

Camp NaNoWriMo is punching me in the gut. You may be aware that I'm an author. Camp NaNoWriMo is a writing challenge that takes place every April and July and this year, it ain't going well. To be completely honest, Pharoah's Daughter - the next Hidden Story I was planning on writing - did not come out… Continue reading Hidden Stories: The Adulteress

Careers, Halley Press, Uncategorized

Ethics in The Gray: Where You Stand as a Christian

Disclaimer: This blog post is written in the context of a Christian in a secular workplace, but can be relevant to those outside of the faith or dealing with ethics outside of the workplace.   When kids and young adults are taught about ethics many examples that are given fall in the category of black… Continue reading Ethics in The Gray: Where You Stand as a Christian


Relationships with Non-Christians: A Study of Being In, Not Of

Today, we're jumping in deep with a concept not many people want to talk about: the line - rather, the gray area - of having relationships with non-Christians, all the while keeping yourself right with God. ~ I go to a public school, and while this presents amazing opportunities to minister to people, it also… Continue reading Relationships with Non-Christians: A Study of Being In, Not Of