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The Pastor's Corner~ Tyler Bakker

When You Want to Be Someone Else

When You Want to Be Someone Else

From the Pastor’s Corner, Tyler Bakker     A question that often comes up in my mind and in conversations with others is, “What does God want me to do with my life?” Not so much in, “is what I’m doing wrong” sort of way but rather “am I making the most of my life?” […]

Facing a Season of Allergies

Facing a Season of Allergies

When seasonal allergies are knocking on your door, you may try many different medications to help stop the itching, sneezing and watering eyes. These medications may ease the itch but you may not be happy with your allergy pills. Many of them make you drowsy and dehydrated, but your nose is still runny. Instead of […]

Your Best with Kathy Weckwerth’s Exclusive Radio Interview with Nashville Artist, Jill Phillips

Your Best with Kathy Weckwerth’s Exclusive Radio Interview with Nashville Artist, Jill Phillips

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What Christ Wasn’t Afraid Of

What Christ Wasn’t Afraid Of

Our greatest example of what it looks like to be real and authentic is  Jesus Christ In Matthew 14:14, Jesus isn’t afraid to heal others. “When Jesus landed and saw a large crowd, he had compassion on them and healed their sick.” In John 11 Jesus isn’t afraid to cry in front of others. “Jesus […]

Wintry Days & Depression

Wintry Days & Depression

So many times during long Minnesota winters, I find my friends discouraged and down, and even walk through depression myself.  Here’s the truth, whether you live in the dark days of Minnesota, Michigan or Wisconsin, or you’re walking in the sunshine of California or Arizona, every single one of us faces depression at one time […]

Black Jeans Aren’t for Mamas

Black Jeans Aren’t for Mamas

I am one of those women who enjoy dressing up. I like putting on my cute outfits those times that I actually get to go out of the house. I know some of you can relate, and some of you just want to stay in yoga pants all the time. Either way, stay with me […]

Becoming a Person of Authenticity

Becoming a Person of Authenticity

  This topic takes me back to 6th grade.  A girl who had been in my same class year after year didn’t like me.  I walked home with her from school and said, “I’m so sorry we haven’t gotten along very well.  I’d really like to try to be friends.” If that wasn’t real and […]

Keeping Your Foothold on Shaky Ground

Keeping Your Foothold on Shaky Ground

I remember four years ago when our little 1900’s church was moved to the south grove at our farm.  It was a time of great excitement, deep joy, and happy anticipation. As a few trees were cleared, grounds were measured, cement blocks were put into place and we awaited the arrival of the beautiful old […]

Never Underestimate a Mother’s Reach

Never Underestimate a Mother’s Reach

Kristen Johnson As a stay at home mom, sometimes I feel like my world is small. I know I’m having a direct influence on the three little ones in my flock, but who else do I affect? The four walls of my house seem to cut me off from the world, which sometimes feels like […]

A Mom’s Word for the New Year

A Mom’s Word for the New Year

I have been challenged by one of my MOPS mentor moms to choose a verse and a word for the year. You know, just a verse and a word to focus on, to set the tone throughout the year. I know lots of people do this, but I have never really gotten serious about it. […]