Standing With Her in the Rain

“Share each other’s burdens, and in this way obey the law of Christ.” Galatians 6:2, NLT By Lisa Schubert, Guest Author Samantha issued commands to the person on the other end of the line. When she hung up, the rant continued against our church, our staff, the weather, and this meal that would serve asContinue reading “Standing With Her in the Rain”

A Hand of Kindness

I’ve no need to be remindedOf all my failures and my sinsFor I can write my own indictmentOf who I am and who I’ve beenI know that grace, by definition,Is something I can never earnBut for all the things that I may have missedThere’s a lesson I believe that I have learned There’s a handContinue reading “A Hand of Kindness”

Processing Pain Through Poetry

    by Linda K I wrote this poem a couple of months ago. I wrote it while trying to process the struggle of dealing with one sister who suffers with mental illness (bipolar disorder and bulimia) and other family members who don’t understand. I have experienced seven years of major clinical depression myself, and overContinue reading “Processing Pain Through Poetry”

The ‘Insignificant’ Church

“He won’t brush aside the bruised and the hurt and he won’t disregard the small and insignificant.” (Isaiah 42:3) Somehow, and someway we often get ‘side-tracked’ in our thinking. We get confused and the enemy makes sure we don’t walk in the truth. At this present time, it does seem like some of the ChurchContinue reading “The ‘Insignificant’ Church”