A Table of Forgetful Remembrance by Jen Wilkin

Every year we gather some “foodie” friends for what has become a beloved tradition: Mock Thanksgiving. It's like a dry run for a Thanksgiving that we'd never actually serve to our families, an excuse to experiment with a menu that, for most of us, is set in stone for the actual day. Mock Thanksgiving is… Continue reading A Table of Forgetful Remembrance by Jen Wilkin


Heeding the Sirens Call

"So when the woman saw that the tree was good for food, that it was pleasant to the eyes, and a tree desirable to make one wise, she took of its fruit and ate" Genesis 3:6 Eve didn't take and eat of the forbidden fruit with the intent to do harm to herself. Knowing she… Continue reading Heeding the Sirens Call

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The Results Are In… Now What?

It's been a week since the election, and we are still here! Praise indeed. It's been a draining week, an emotional week, and I for one have never felt such an acute ache for God's presence to just come and soak through every fiber of my being as I did these past seven days. We… Continue reading The Results Are In… Now What?


Your Compromise isn’t a Virtue

  Friends, we are called as disciples to "preach the Word" and be "ready in season and out of season", when the circumstances are for us and when they are against us. We are told to "convince, rebuke, exhort, with all long-suffering and teaching" (2 Timothy 4:2). Why? Because "the time will come when people will not endure sound… Continue reading Your Compromise isn’t a Virtue