Point to Jesus

You, my child, shall be called the prophet of the Most High; for you will go before the Lord to prepare his way, to give his people knowledge of salvation by the forgiveness of their sins. [...]

Tiny Seeds, Plentiful Branches

By Angie Koenig I love that Jesus taught the multitudes in parables. It’s almost like He knew we needed our life lessons delivered through relatable anecdotes so we could understand.  Our God is [...]


By Kathleen Billings   While attending a First Communion party at a friend’s farm this past weekend, my 3-year-old son, Anthony, meandered around the rather large property. To ensure his safety, [...]

Living Out Our Destiny as Daughters of the King

By Sarah Damm   For much of my life, I considered myself to be fairly insignificant. As a young girl, I was shy, quiet, and often picked last for kickball games. Growing up, I was a good [...]

The Burning of Babel

By Angie Koenig I love a good bonfire.  Living in Northwestern Wisconsin, there are only so many months in the year you have to enjoy this summer night favorite.  As a kid I looked forward to the [...]

“Wait for the Promise of the Father”

Feast of the Ascension (observed) By Jeannie Ewing   “While meeting with them, he enjoined them not to depart from Jerusalem, but to wait for the promise of the Father about which you have [...]

From Ascension to Pentecost

By Deborah Kendrick   During forty days after the Resurrection, Jesus would appear and teach His followers, but after those days came to a close, He ascended to Heaven.   In four days we [...]

The Collision

By Alyssa Bormes I’ve been a part of a few collisions – usually they involve moving vehicles – but today it is something completely different. There is a spiritual collision happening right now. [...]