Bible Memory Verses Made Simple for Your Family

By , KidzKlub Director| April 29th, 2020|

With stay-at-home orders in place, many of us may have found some extra time on our hands. What’s a better way to use that time than to equip yourself and your family with the truth of God’s Word? This simple method will help you learn Bible memory verses. You can easily memorize Scripture, poetry, and [...]

Finding Strength in God Through the Gospel

By , College Ministry Resident| April 29th, 2020|

It's been a couple of weeks since COVID-19 wildly disrupted our lives. For some of us, the virus means we can no longer compete in x or fulfill y. Others have been forced to relocate, and probably, most of us have struggled to find a daily rhythm of work/school/devotion (as I have). Additionally, many of [...]

5 Tips for Dealing With Grief

By , ReNew Director| April 23rd, 2020|

Grief, ugh, that word sounds horrible, and we want to avoid it. We typically associate the dreaded “g” word with loss of life, but it’s so much more than that. Grief is the process of honoring something or someone we loved that we lost. It’s the processing of what we thought would or should be [...]

5 Daily Full-Time Working Mom Routines for This Season

By , Communications Project Director| April 21st, 2020|

How can we balance being a full-time mom, full-time manager, and full-time wife? You just don’t. On the first day of my self-quarantine, I pretty much gave up on having some sort of normalcy or schedule for my family and me. I also found myself asking for forgiveness from my co-workers and my toddler for [...]

How We Can Support Our Frontline Workers

By , External Ministries Pastor| April 18th, 2020|

Every day, men and women are risking their lives as they work on the front lines of the COVID-19 crisis. Our healthcare professionals, first responders, grocery workers, government officials, warehouse workers, and many others are working hard to keep our society running. While frontline workers are supporting our community, we want to help with their [...]

6 Tips to Confidently Connect at Your Next Virtual Meeting

By , Connections/Groups Director| April 17th, 2020|

Whether it’s a video chat for work, social connection, care needs, or troubleshooting, I think it’s safe to say we have all found ourselves in a video chat room at some point recently. We can choose to fumble through an awkward video chat. Or we can slide into these online communities with confidence, and dare [...]