Never Forget

By Carey Helmink As a musician, probably one of my greatest fears is “forgetting.” As a piano major in college, we had something called “juries” every semester. And it really was as horrifying as it sounds. Numerous pages of music had to be memorized and played for a “jury” of professors so you could receive …

Snow Day!

It's January. In Nebraska. So of course, we're talking snow days. Hopefully, everyone was able to stay home and enjoy a warm house this past Tuesday. I know I stayed bundled in a fuzzy blanket most of the day. Snow Days always remind me of this message Shereen shared with us several years ago. Since …

We’re Back!

Tuesday Mornings started up this week with the Kickoff Brunch. It was so good to see so many familiar faces and meet a few new ones. If you haven't signed up for the Winter/Spring session of Equip Her bible studies yet, there's still time to join us. Click HERE to register.

Time to Register

Confession: I haven't registered for the next Equip Her bible study class yet. I know, right? Classes start in less than a week! I plan to attend, even know what class I'm going to take, but between the busy holiday season and the bustle of trying to get back on track for the year, that …

Redeeming Wonder

By Jeanne Johnson May we never lose our wonder. Wide-eyed. Mystified. May we be just like a child . . . [1] Wonderful. That which excites or calls forth wonder. I love that description. What calls forth wonder, awe, marvel, the miraculous? Can we lose our wonder? How can we redeem our wonder? More specifically, how can …

Redeeming Our Relationships

By Mary Wenzl “MOM!” (Blood curdling shout.) “Taraya hit me, and she pulled my hair!” [Telena] “She hit me first!  Really hard, and it hurt!”[Taraya] “No, I didn’t!” (Telena hits Taraya again) “MOM”![Telena] “Ouch! … MOM!Telena keeps hitting me!” [Taraya] “I hate you. You aren’t my sister anymore. I wish I had never been born …