21 March, 2018
Written by Heather Holland Helton
I know what you’re thinking…the term “valley girl” is most often described as a female from California with a certain recognizable accent. And you’d be right. Except I’m speaking from a different valley, not one on the West Coast. I’m referencing a very real valley, yet one not locatable on a map. The valley I know is one of internal recognition. You likely haven’t seen it, but you might have or have had your own to traverse through. We all experience the valleys in some manner…that first step descendant into downward motion. We might have been leveled off for years, or always optimistic, feeling that uphill foray with fire in our toes. But something, a situation, a life-changing unfolding comes…
Gods and Demi-Gods Video by Patrick Mead Here is our latest video on youtube with Patrick Mead where he talks about personal spiritual forces of evil and how we experience them today.
Preaching and Self-Disclosure Karl Barth once said that theology is done, “with the Bible in one hand, and the newspaper in the other.” His point was that when communicate about scripture we bring the ancient truths in touch with modern times. It is important that our message is heard in a way that people understand the relevance of […]
Inconvenient In a world set on convenience, being a Christian is as counter-cultural as ever. How do we live a “take up your cross” life in a world that caters to convenience? When you decide to follow Jesus you become part of the group who are aliens and strangers in the world (1 Peter 1:1, 2:11). […]