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Oil and Vinegar

Posted by Jenna Winegeart on

Back in college, there were around 10 of us who would drive to Johnny Carino’s in Abilene every Monday night for Family Night. We would fill up on bread, salad and soup, and then take our giant portions of pasta home to share over the next three days. They’ve probably ended that deal...

Foreigners in This World

Posted by Rebecca Spence on

True peace, though we strive for it daily, is not something that can be achieved. It can only be received. Jesus said: “Peace I leave with you; my peace I give you. I do not give to you as the world gives. Do not let your hearts be troubled.”— John 14:27 Jesus not only left...

Stop Reaching for the Wheel

Posted by Casey Coats on

I usually drive, but occasionally my wife gets behind the wheel. Don’t tell her, but I don’t really like being in the passenger seat when she drives.1 I never feel like she is paying as close attention to the road as she needs to be. She goes faster than I am comfortable with, and...

Reach for Your Heavenly Father

Posted by Paul McDill on

This week at c|Life, we talked about the fact that during turbulent times we almost always reach for something. We reach for our seat belts in an airplane. If we are walking down the stairs and hit something slippery, we naturally reach for the handrail. During financially turbulent times, we...

The Sword of the Spirit

Posted by Angela Kilgore on

Turbulence is inevitable in our lives. If there were some formula out there for dodging it or for behaving your way around it, all of you rule followers would have surely found a solution. Life just doesn’t work that way. One of the hardest times in my life happened when I was walking...

The Everlasting Rock

Posted by Luke Bedford on

Whenever I fly, the feeling of turbulence frightens me to the core. My first thought is always, “This plane is about to fall out of the sky!” Then, seconds later, it' i's back to sailing as smooth as could be, like nothing ever happened. I find myself reacting this exact same way...

Jesus Is Always Better

Posted by Lisalette Hamon on

Nobody is ever exempt from facing hard times. In fact, you may be trudging through a difficult time right now. Whether you’re a Christ-follower or not, you have a choice: to choose Jesus or to choose a temporary substitute. When it comes down to it, I believe most of us would probably...

Excited to Share

Posted by Casey Pruitt on

My son is starting first grade this year. I pick him up in the afternoons, and one of my favorite things is to see what he is excited to tell me happened that day. Some pickups are met with more excitement than others, but he always has something he wants to share with me. Something about that...

Why We Go

Posted by Nolan Jones III on

The question we are focusing on this week is this: Why do we believe missions is an important part of our ministry and our lives? When we hear the word “missions,” we usually think of two things: short-term missions, where someone goes for a week or two to some other country to...

Here I Am. Send Me.

Posted by Joy Vroonland on

Why do we do missions?  My short answer: because all believers are called to share the gospel. Of course, there are all kinds of ways to respond to this general call.  But I have found that when we get away to an unfamiliar environment, where we are out of our leagues and dependent on...


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