A Boy’s Faith Walk Through Cancer

It was just a bump on his hand, or so they thought. Westley probably got it from roughhousing around with his brother. But the bump wasn’t going away. So, Kelly took her son to the doctor thinking it was possibly a broken bone. The doctor said it was just a cyst because when a […]

By |January 17th, 2017|blog|2 Comments

Breaking Beyond Our Five Senses: have Christians become naturalized?

Many Christians are confined to what they can only see within time or space. This mindset (even if unconscious) limits our ability to understand how the Holy Spirit works. Since we live in a scientific age, everything we think we know is based on observable facts. This is what is known as an “empirical view” […]

By |August 4th, 2016|blog|0 Comments

Your Sacred Space – a must for thinking divinely

I have a sacred space to commune with God. It’s a beautiful gift of office space in our new house. My husband knew I needed “my own place” to meet with God, pray, study and write. He insisted that I’d get a small office space built into the basement. I am so blessed to have this […]

By |June 6th, 2016|blog|0 Comments

Mass Shootings – the demons we don’t address

In Jesus’ ministry, He regularly cast out demons. It wasn’t considered “superstitious” – it was a reality. Today, many Christians regularly dismiss demons as something archaic, or only occurring in Jesus’ day. We’ve bought into naturalistic thinking that there must be some “biological disorder” in a person who does evil or crazy things.  So, we look […]

By |November 4th, 2015|blog|0 Comments

Off to Africa—a timeless farewell moment

The foothills of Blue Mounds, Wisconsin, was our drive today as we travelled to say farewell to young woman heeding the call to serve God in Africa. It seemed fitting that our GPS took us the long route: through rolling hills of tall, green grasses, tree-lined country roads dotted with classic red barns filled with […]

By |August 9th, 2015|blog|0 Comments