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.

Formations 06.04.2023: The Samaritan Woman

by Kelley Land

We don’t have to be biblical scholars or master interpreters to understand what’s going on in today’s lesson text. John tells us everything we need to know.

Connections 06.04.2023: The Great Reassurance

by Nikki Finkelstein-Blair

Matthew 28:17 seems to me to be one of the most honest descriptions of Jesus’s disciples in the entire Bible. They have followed him from their fishing boats to the upper room.

Flame: Pentecost Painting

by Mina Munns

I know it’s a bit early for Pentecost, but I like to be ahead of the game and there are so many stories where flames are useful! This is a really great idea for all ages.

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