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Where do we turn in the midst of chaos? Or rather, where should we turn? 2017 seems to be a year of tragedy unlike America has experienced in quite some time.
In case you weren’t aware, this month is Pregnancy & Infant Loss Awareness month. Given our experience in this area and how open we are about our story, I’ve heard from SO many women who have gone through losing a baby. I don’t know actual stats
P4H is challenging the approach to poverty from charities and humanitarian groups by redefining how we view and participate in aid.
On June 9th, 2012, just outside of Ft Collins, Colorado Lightning struck a single tree on private land around 6:00 in the morning. This fire quickly burned through approximately 136 square miles or more than 87,000 acres. The blaze took over 2000 fire fighters to fight and more than 3800 personnel to support the firefighting efforts at a cost of over $38.4 million.
By: Sandra Jean Charite, MS Hurricane Irma was expected to hit landfall in South Florida between the early hours on Sunday, September 10. All day Friday...
Did you ever have one of those days? You wake up in the morning filled with excitement about what your homeschool will look like, and everything goes wrong.
The Official Decree from The White House President Donald J. Trump Proclaims September 3, 2017, as a National Day of Prayer for the Victims of...
In the wake of the protests in Charlottesville, Virginia, virtually every city in the nation is trying to determine if their statues and monuments are politically correct (including my city of Tallahassee). For many, the memorials of our founding fathers are now epicenters of violence and hatred. It seems everyone now falls into one of two groups: those who want the statues to remain and those who want them removed.
In addition, the church has been dealing with issues of political correctness and which things or lifestyles are really sin. All of these are important issues in Christianity. However, our understanding and personal preferences about them can cause debates and quarreling which only leads to further division.
Based on an inspiring true story of a tiny church and a group of refugees who risk it all to plant seeds for a future that might save them.