Freedom from Anxiety

By Mary Wenzl My life as a child was fairly normal. I lived with both of my parents, two sisters and a brother. We were a middle class family. My parents were active in a Presbyterian church and made sure that we all attended regularly. My problems as a kid were of the “normal” variety. …

I Am the Way

By Kristen Fox It was the Last Supper His disciples would have here on earth with Him. These were His final moments before His arrest, trial, and crucifixion. Although He was omniscient and fully aware of what lay before Him, He took these remaining minutes to continue investing in His disciples. Scripture tells us He knew He was …

Choosing Hope

  By Renee Meyer Many of my favorite promises are rooted in a particular struggle or season of life: I remember exactly when I found them and why they were meaningful in that moment. But I can’t remember a time when I didn’t love Lamentations 3:22-23. I’m sure there had to be a time I …