A Mother’s Prayer by Cindy Watson

As I read about You in Scripture, it is comforting to see how relevant Your examples are to my everyday experiences. Open my eyes to witness Your hand working in me, my family, and those You’ve placed in my life. As a little finger taps my shoulder at 3am, and all I...

The Power of Moments by Krista Little

I’ve slowly been digesting a book called “The Power of Moments”. At one point it asks, “Why do we remember certain experiences and forget others?” Psychologists have determined that when emotions are attached to an experience, we remember it. More specifically, when...

Intentional Serving by Kelsey Moeller

Since surgery day in early February, our family has been incredibly blessed by our church. Week after week we have been flooded with a helping hand for our 2-year-old son, home cooked meals, care given for my horses and goats, meal gift cards sent, and many messages...

With These Scars by Kelsey Moeller

I already had to bury my soccer stardom dreams after a couple knee injuries by the age of 14. Through the rest of high school and for most of my 20s, I pursued horseback riding and light jogs because that was all I could manage. Even so, I injured myself a few times...

I hate being manipulated by Krista Little

I hate being manipulated. I know…I know… to some degree, all humans manipulate to get the desires of our hearts (good or bad) but… some people are just waaaayyy better at it, you know what I mean?!   I think I can take it a little bit better if I know someone has my...

Practicing Our Faith by Hannah Reeder

We’ve all heard that classic mantra “practice makes perfect” through the years. As I’ve taught music students, however, I’ve begun to appreciate that wise instructor who once advised me that practice makes permanent rather than perfect. How true that is. We are what...

Jesus, Our Peace by Cindy Watson

Jesus Our Peace   Oftentimes we assume peace is smooth still waters, birds chirping, aromatherapy fragrance in the air, relaxing music playing, and freedom from any trouble. On the contrary, I would say that peace in the life of a Christian is anything but. Colossians...

The Lost Sheep by Kelsey Moeller

Have you ever been one before? Have you ever been the sheep who was led astray from its herd? Maybe it was out of ignorance, out of curiosity, or out of temptation to seek the grass that seemed greener over there instead of here with your shepherd?   Maybe the lost...

The Holidays Are Over! by Krista Little

This may shock you but…I’m glad the holidays are over.   Christmas is not my favorite time of year. (gasp!) I really, really want it to be…I do! But, well, maybe that’s the problem. My desire for wonderful, perfect holidays has always been a problem for me as far back...

A Devotion For The Weary by Cassie Adams

  In Luke 7:36-50 a woman who is simply identified as a “sinner” takes expensive perfume and pours it over Jesus feet and washes them with her hair and tears. This is not the only place in the Bible that we see a display like this, but this instance is the one that I...