An Article By: M.L. Milligan

The entire Bible is full of stories of ordinary men and women, the young and the underdogs, whom God used in magnificent and glorious ways. Esther was used to save her people (Esther 4:14). Saul was called from a life of persecuting christians to becoming persecuted for Christ’s sake. (Acts 9)  But among these menContinue reading “An Article By: M.L. Milligan”

An Article By: Jaybird Summers

  Have you ever heard the word Kintsugi? It’s a Japanese word meaning “more beautiful for having been broken”. This meaning springs from their process of repairing pottery. In Japan, when pottery breaks, they don’t throw it out like we do most things. Instead they take it and repair the pieces with gold. Once completed, theContinue reading “An Article By: Jaybird Summers”

An Article By: Sherrice Myers

 What is clay?  Well, having tried my hand at pottery for a short time, clay is messy. It gets over everything and is complicated to mold. It’s temperamental in that, too much water, and you have dirty soup that won’t conform to its shape. And with too little water, it’s too stubborn and firm toContinue reading “An Article By: Sherrice Myers”

An Article By: Allyson Jamison

   Being different can be hard. Standing out in the crowd is not something we all want to do. It’s much easier to blend in, staying on the sidelines – and within your comfort zone. But that’s not where God’s called us to be.    He’s calling us to be different. For Him. He wants us toContinue reading “An Article By: Allyson Jamison”

An Article By: M.L. Milligan

What do you think of when you hear the word “warrior”? Is it a knight, with shining armor, a lance or sword in hand, perched atop a mighty steed? Or is your mind’s eye seeing a more contemporary scene, like a military soldier in full uniform, his gaze laser focused? Both are good examples.  ButContinue reading “An Article By: M.L. Milligan”