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Finding A Spiritual Home

I mentioned in another post that my husband and I have finally found a place of worship that we feel comfortable calling home. We’re pretty excited about having found this unique little gathering of believers and I wanted to share some of the journey that brought us here. 884 more words


Church Hopping

“There’s no place like home!” Dorothy made those words famous in the Wizard of Oz. And we all know it to be true. Ideally, there is no place more safe and secure than at home, among your family where you are loved and cared for. 1,154 more words

Stay Close to the Lord at All Times

“Elisha’s Encounters with Children” (3)

“Now there cried a certain woman…unto Elisha, …Thy servant my husband is dead; …and the creditor is come to take unto him my two sons to be bondmen.” II Kings 4:1… 446 more words

God's Truth

30 Days of Grateful Praise:: Church

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All my life I’ve attended the same little rural baptist church. Which now-a-days is no small feat considering people are on the move and non-denominational churches are popping up everywhere wooing folks with all sorts of technology, catchy music (some of which I love…) and the idea of Jesus wearing plaid. 345 more words

What God Can Do

Finding My Best Fit for a Church Home

Whether you’re on a quest to explore a higher power or a recent transplant to a new area, finding a spiritual environment that both edifies and encourages you can be incredibly difficult. 503 more words


Serve enthusiastically!

Yesterday I served for the first time in the nursery at Movement Kids. I woke up so excited for the day, my heart was overwhelmed with joy for the opportunity to serve the Lord and give my love to the kids for the hour or so I would get to spend with them. 569 more words


Pursuit of the "perfect" church home

As most of you know my family and I recently moved to Columbus from Akron. For those of you that know me well know that I L-O-V-E to do lists, for those of you that don’t know me well (yet) now know! 890 more words