Crossroads: Sharing Jesus with Others

by Jessica Asbell

As a young teenager, I remember telling one of my best friends about Jesus while we were at a slumber party. She was having a hard time and she was crying. Her parents argued a lot and she was worried about what was going to happen.

Formations 06.11.2023: Permission to Grieve

by Darrell Pursiful

Everybody grieves in their own way. Among the many lessons that we can learn from John 11, let’s not neglect that one.

Connections 06.11.2023: You Can Sit with Us

by Nikki Finkelstein-Blair

I have very clear memories of lunchtimes on several first days in several new schools, when I would stand at the edge of a crowded, noisy cafeteria, clutching the edges of a plastic tray.

Of Spirit and Mind: A Pentecostal’s Battle Against Depression

by Ryan Beaty

She stopped eating and looked at me. “Are you serious?” She was more commenting than questioning. “Why would you go see a counselor? They don’t have any wisdom. They can’t help you. Are you depressed?”

A View from the Pew: The Budget

by Lance Wallace

Our church recently approved a budget for the new fiscal year, which for us begins July 1.

Crossroads: Pentecost

by Jessica Asbell

For as long as I can remember, I have loved the French language. And as soon as I got to high school, I started taking French. Because I went to a private, Catholic school, one of the first things I learned was the Lord’s Prayer in French.

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