Three millenniums later, we walk this earth to live out the same objective as David. To faithfully serve God’s purposes (not ours) in our own circle of influence, for this generation – for the glory of God.Read more
Author: Sarah Lynn Phillips
A New Season: Are you Dreading or Trusting?
Over and over, God has given me every reason to trust Him.Read more
Lessons From a Broken Doorknob
There’s something about community or interdependence that we miss when think we should be able to do life by ourselves.Read more
No matter which nation we pledge our allegiance to, in reality, we are “strangers and exiles on the earth.”Read more
Father’s Day . . . With and Without Dad
Today my dad stopped by. No occasion. He just happened to be in my part of town after a haircut. We sat on my sun-drenched patio, enjoying light conversation. He’s enjoying the DVD episodes ofRead more
Reading Between the Lines
Letting go of the if onlys leaves room for us to read the grace of God between the lines.Read more
Look at the Birds . . .
Watching the black-eyed chickadees, cardinals, and sparrows brings peace and reassurance to my heart. I gather courage from them when I feel afraid, when I face yet another decision, and when my faith falters. Each time I pause at the window, I remember the words of Jesus.Read more
A Spring of Hope in the Winter of Despair
“It was the best of times, it was the worst of times, it was the age of wisdom, it was the age of foolishness, it was the epoch of belief, it was the epoch ofRead more
To Love and Risk Loving Again . . .
We tried to help Sally, but maybe she helped us more . . .Read more
The Ultimate Exchange
The Ultimate Exchange “For you know the grace of our Lord Jesus Christ, that though He was rich, yet for your sake he became poor, so that you by His poverty might become rich” (2Read more