A time of choosing

On Wednesday, Pope Francis gave a beautiful and poignant blessing to the world and prayed for an end to the coronavirus pandemic. It was incredibly powerful, and I encourage you to read the full text here. Amid his beautiful analogy in which he compared us facing this...

Count your blessings

The author, Thomas Fuller, once wrote that the darkest hour was just before dawn. Just as the sun sets and rises on each new day, so are we confronted with different ‘nights’ in our lives. Sometimes they’re small. Maybe someone cut us off in traffic when we were...

Be a person after God’s heart

King David, once a shepherd and musician, who killed Goliath, was on the run. His handsome, popular but treacherous son was hunting him down to kill him and make himself king. David and his trustworthy soldiers and servants were dirty, hungry and tired as they fled on...

Hope for the New Year

Pictured: Will (on right) and his friend DJ at the National Championship It is the hope of a New Year! If I am to be honest, that is a strangely difficult phrase for me to say. It is not that I am without hope. Rather, I find myself so filled with gratitude for the...

Act With Mercy

by Will Searcy This past Sunday, we heard the story of the Good Samaritan (Luke 10:25-37). This beautiful teaching is not only inspirational, but is also Jesus’s parable that summarizes God’s law and reveals the key to eternal life. In it, Jesus affirmed...

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